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1 Analyte Adsorption can happen within 15 minutes in an Autosampler Vial.

We have shown from previous experiments of how concentration of certain analytes can be adsorbed to glass surfaces over time which is an indicator of potential problems for the laboratory for many other…

2 Are the Soft-Guard™ Septa and caps compatible with LCMS or LCMS/MS?

Yes. The Soft-Guard™ Septa will outperform most septa and caps on the market when used with most LCMS applications. For very sensitive LCMS/MS applications we recommend our Advanced Quality, AQR™…

3 Best Practices for Crimping a Cap on a Vial

It is important to understand that crimping a cap could result in an inadequate seal if not done properly. Follow the steps shown below to achieve the best seal. You need a calibrated crimping tool (https://mtc-usa.com/Crimping-Tool)…

4 Can the autosampler vials be used in a centrifuge? What is the maximum centrifugal force that can be used?

Autosampler vials are not designed to be centrifuged so we cannot support it with the exception of the MRQ & Max Recovery vials due to their thicker walls and "single piece" construction (AQ brand,…

5 What are some inherent problems with autosampler vials that have a filter built into the cap?

The idea of a filter membrane that fits directly onto the autosampler vial like a standard cap may seem like a streamlined, labored-saving design. However, there are several practical issues associated…

6 What are the dead volumes of the MRQ and Fused Insert Autosampler Vials?

For both of two autosampler vials, the total Residual volume is 2 μL . The Dead Volume is analogous to Residual volume. © Copyright MicroSolv Technology Corporation, all rights reserved.

7 What are the differences in the various autosampler vial tiers offered by MicroSolv?

MicroSolv has the world’s most comprehensive assortment of Vials, Caps & Inserts for every chromatography need. They are provided in 4 different “tiers” or levels to suit every lab’s analytical…

8 What is the functional difference between the MRQ™ and the Max Recovery™ autosampler vials?

Both vials are designed so that the maximum recovery of precious samples can be achieved without the use of vial inserts. The difference between the two is important when different autosamplers with different…

9 What is the temperature range of MicroSolv Brand autosampler vial screw caps?

MicroSolv Brand Autosampler vial screw caps are designed for use at room temperature with a typical temperature range of 0°C to 60°C . Caution: An extreme temperature range of -55°C to 220°C is possible,…

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