Freeze-Thaw Stability of Micronic TPE Push Caps
A preview of this tech note (paraphrased from the introduction):
In research laboratories, it’s common for scientists to thaw samples in order to use small amounts of material for their research. After thawing, the remaining sample is frozen once again. This freeze-thaw process can happen many times in a short or long period of time. For this reason, it’s important to maintain sample integrity by avoiding weight loss, major tube cracks, and caps coming off the tubes. In this tech note, a freeze-thaw stability test is conducted on Micronic tubes and caps.