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Disposable Cuvettes and Test Tubes from Jenway

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060 084

Pack of 100 plastic cuvettes, visible wavelengths only, 2.4 to 4.5ml fill volume

060 229

Pack of 500 plastic cuvettes (5 boxes of 060 084)

060 087

Pack of 100 plastic cuvettes, visible wavelengths only, 1.5 to 3.0ml fill volume

060 230

Pack of 100 plastic cuvettes, UV and visible wavelengths, 2.5 to 4.5ml fill volume

060 232

Pack of 500 plastic cuvettes (5 boxes of 060 230)

060 231

Pack of 100 UV plastic cuvettes, 1.5 to 3.0ml fill volume

035 143

Pack of 100 plastic cuvettes, UV and visible wavelengths, 70µl to 1.5ml fill volume (use with micro cuvette holder)

060 331

Pack of 100 glass test tubes (12 x 75mm)

060 179

Pack of 100 plastic test tubes (12 x 75mm)

060 335

Pack of 50 glass test tubes (24 x 150mm)

 

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