Pippettor and serological titrations

Pippettor and serological titrations - Micropipettor:...

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Micropipettor: Introduction A micropipettor is a tool used to measure and transfer small volumes of liquids. Micropipettors are adjustable and come with different volume ranges. Examples: 0.5-10 µl 10-100 µl 20-200 µl 100-1000 µl Disposable tips are used with micropipettors for liquid transfer.
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Micropipettor: Parts a. Plunger button b. Tip ejector button c. Volume adjustment dial d. Digital volume indicator e. Shaft f. Attachment point for a disposable tip a b c d f e
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Micropipettor: Setting the Volume Select the desired volume to be measured by rotating the volume adjustment knob. 0 2 2 Volume adjustment dial Readout shows the volume you have set.
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Micropipettor: Reading the Volume Each size of micropipettor has a different readout. 0 2 2 0 2 2 0 2 2 p 1000 p 20 Volume set: 220 µl Volume set: 22 µl Volume set: 2.2 µl p 200 1000x µl 100x µl 10x µl 100x µl 10x µl 1x µl 10x µl 1x µl 0.1x µl
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Micropipettor: Inserting a Tip 1. Select the correct size tip. 2. Lift the lid off the tip container without touching the tips with your hands. 3.
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