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Better than the Teflon versions.
Application Area: To digest samples for metals analysis by ICP
"The product works well however, they are expensive and there is no discount for buying in bulk. "
Increase detection limit with lower dilution factor
Microwave digestion techniques typically require a minimum volume of reagents of about 5 mL to achieve accurate temperature monitoring of the reaction conditions and for low blank levels. However sometimes it is important to maintain an even lower dilution factor when working at concentrations near the method detection limit. These factors inspired us to use vessel-inside-vessel technology. It uses smaller secondary vessel inside the primary microwave vessel. The secondary vessel contains sample and digestion reagents, while the primary vessel contains the solution in which temperature control takes place.
This setup reduces the amount of acid required for digestion, lowering dilution factor and increasing detection limit.
A variety of vessel inserts is available from Milestone in different materials (Quartz or TFM) provided in different sizes and shapes, to satisfy all application requirements.