Are the Knitted Reactor Coils compatible with the Post Column Photolytic Reactor? Will bubbles form during use?

The Knitted Reactor Coils are especially designed to fit into the Post Column Photolytic Reactor (cat# 49900-01) and their material of construction (PTFE) is transparent to the 254 nm UV light. Bubble formation in the coil should not occur due to backpressure from the system and prior degassing. Post Column Photolytic Reactor Knitted Reactor Coil Knitted Reactor Coil Product Page  Photolytic […]

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What tubing is suitable for use in a knitted reactor coil system featuring isopropanol, concentrated HCl, concentrated NaOH, copper, and luminol?

Alcohols such as isopropanol, acids such as concentrated HCL,bases such as concentrated NaOH, minerals such as copper and reagents such as luminol are chemically compatible with our PTFE, knitted reactor coils. The appropriate length, OD, and ID of the tubing will depend on the specifics of the application.    More information about Knitted Reactor Coils, KRC

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