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RK-Spectro Technical Note 32: SFM-20 used in anaerobic conditions and the loading of instruments

Latest updated: February 16, 2021

Introduction

Anaerobic projects require specific attention because of the high risk of contamination. Using the SFM-20, driving syringes need to be filled outside the instrument and then installed back onto the instrument. With a standard SFM-20 syringe, the upper part of the syringe is opened to air and oxygen contamination can easily occur. A syringe with a special adaptor has been designed to avoid such contamination.

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