MicroSolv RSA™ Vials with Reduced Surface Activity Glass – Protect Your Data from Poor Reproducibility
Mar 07 2018 Read 683 Times
Ordinary borosilicate glass autosampler vials and inserts are often coated in residual contaminants and contain silanols. These can cause the adsorption of basic compounds, hydrolyse susceptible compounds making them undetectable, and change the sample pH by up to 30% over a 4-hour period! These interactions can be especially detrimental in LC-MS or for any samples that are pH sensitive, biological, basic, or in low abundance.
MicroSolv RSA™ vials, manufactured from Reduced Surface Activity glass, are the perfect solution for any lab aiming to protect their samples. RSA™ vials are made with precision heating that virtually eliminates all surface silanols and common metals that can interact with basic, biological, and low abundance compounds.
- Virtually no loss to the vial
- Prevent pH changes and sample hydrolysis in the vial
- Perfect for low abundance compounds, sensitive samples, and basic proteins
- No meniscus when water is used as a solvent
- Not coated – perfect for LC-MS and GC-MS for many applications
Comparisons of RSA™ vials against other leading autosampler vial brands show less than 1% of the sample is lost to the vial compared with up to 55%. Futhermore, pH drifted only 0.05 pH units after 4 hours compared with up to 1.5 vs competitor products.
Introduce RSA™ vials to your laboratory today and protect your data. Make your analysis more reliable, lot-to-lot, run-to-run, and day-to-day, and avoid the frustration of unreliable data.
For more information on RSA™ vials from MicroSolv, click here to email us.
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