Relative Centrifugal Force: Centrifugal Capacity of Micronic Labware
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Isolating and separating suspensions and liquids is a common practice in chemistry, biology, biotechnology, clinical medicine and other life sciences. During these procedures, laboratory centrifuges expose samples to high relative centrifugal forces. Results from this tech note show that Micronic products can withstand these centrifugal forces without damage, deformations, or leakage.