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Uses of Micropipette and Li?lpet

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Posted 25 October 2018 - 10:04 PM

Both micropipettes and li’lpet are used in science laboratories. Both are used to measure and deliver accurate volumes of liquid. 

 

Micropipette - Micropipettes can be commonly seen in chemistry, environmental science, research, academic, pharmaceutical, biology, paint, and forensic labs. They are used to transfer small quantities of liquid. They are available in volume ranging between 0.2 – 1000 uL and sizes ranging between P2-P1000. 

 

Li’lpet - Li’lpet is the low-cost miniature version of the micropipette. It handles a fixed volume and used mainly in diagnostic kits for high precision liquid  handling. When the nature of operations is such that it calls for sharp accuracy, the sensitivity of handling and reliability, li’lpet is an ideal choice. They are fully autoclavable and available in an optimum size of 130 mm, something along the lines of a syringe. 

 

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