Whatman 1001-070 Quantitative Filter Paper Circles, 11 Micron, 10.5 s/100mL/sq inch Flow Rate, Grade 1, 70mm Diameter (Pack of 100)


Super Savings Item! Save 40% on the Whatman 1001-070 Quantitative Filter Paper Circles, 11 Micron, 10.5 s/100mL/sq inch Flow Rate, Grade 1, 70mm Diameter (Pack of 100) by Whatman at Periodic Table on the Web. MPN: 1001-070. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. This Whatman 7.0cm, grade 1, cellulose filter paper is the most widely used filter paper for routine applications with medium retention (11µm) and flow rate. Traditionally, this grade is used in qualitative analytical separations for precipitates such as lead sulfate, calcium oxalate (hot), and calcium carbonate. In agriculture, it is used for soil analysis and seed testing procedures. It is also used for numerous routine techniques in the food industry to separate solid foodstuffs from associa


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This Whatman 7.0cm, grade 1, cellulose filter paper is the most widely used filter paper for routine applications with medium retention (11µm) and flow rate. Traditionally, this grade is used in qualitative analytical separations for precipitates such as lead sulfate, calcium oxalate (hot), and calcium carbonate. In agriculture, it is used for soil analysis and seed testing procedures. It is also used for numerous routine techniques in the food industry to separate solid foodstuffs from associated liquid or extracting liquid; and is widely used in education for teaching simple qualitative analytical separations. In air pollution monitoring, using circles or rolls, atmospheric dust is collected from airflow and the stain-intensity is measured photometrically. For gas detection, the paper is impregnated with a chromogenic reagent and color formation is quantified by optical reflectance. Retention: 11µm. Diameter: 7.0cm. 100/Pack. Whatman #: 1001-070.

Features & Highlights

  • 7.0cm
  • Grade 1
  • Covers a wide range of laboratory applications; frequently used for clarifying liquids
  • Areas of use include the food industry, agriculture, air pollution monitoring, and gas detection
  • Widely used in education for teaching simple qualitative analytical separations

Additional Information

Brand:
Whatman
Manufacturer:
Whatman
Category:
Quantitative Filter Paper
Model:
F1000-3
MPN:
1001-070
Release Date:
2017-05-15
Part Number:
1001-070
Publisher:
Whatman
Binding:
Misc.
Item Weight:
0.11 pounds
Package Weight:
0.1 pounds
Package Size:
2.9 x 1 x 2.9 inches

 


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