- Scintillation Cocktail Designed to Dissolve Membrane Filters
- Improves Reproducibility
- 4π Counting Efficiency
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Catalog number: LS-201
Size: 1 Gallon
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Filtron-X is a ready-to-use liquid scintillation solution that completely dissolves millipore-type filters (cellulose acetate, cellulose nitrate, and mixed ester), solubilizing a wide variety of samples contained on the filter. Filtron-X contains all the necessary phosphors and solvents to yield counting efficiencies unattainable by any other means.
The use of Filtron-X assures full 4π geometry counting of samples. Improvement in counting efficiency is most notable when tritium is used as the label since absorption of the emitted beta ray by the filter is completely avoided.
Filtron-X will solubilize the sample assuring homogeneous counting. For a completely dry filter, it may be necessary to moisten the filter with one or two drops of distilled water before placing in Filtron-X. Simply add the filter to 10ml of Filtron-X and allow to stand at room temperature for 15 minutes. Shake well to assure complete dissolution of filter and sample and then count.
|Dimensions||8 × 8 × 16 in|
Safety Summary (see SDS for complete information before using product): Appearance and Odor Clear, colorless liquid; slight aromatic odor. EMERGENCY OVERVIEW – IMMEDIATE HAZARD Solvent Naphtha, Light Aromatic POISON! DANGER! UNDILUTED COMPONENTS CAUSE BURNS TO ANY AREA OF CONTACT. MAY BE FATAL IF SWALLOWED. HARMFUL IF INHALED. CONTACT WITH OTHER MATERIALS MAY CAUSE FIRE. Methanol WARNING! HARMFUL OR FATAL IF SWALLOWED, INHALED OR ABSORBED THROUGH SKIN. MAY CAUSE BLINDNESS. MAY BE IRRITATING TO THE SKIN, EYES, AND RESPIRATORY TRACT. TOXIC EFFECTS MAY BE DELAYED. EMERGENCY OVERVIEW – CHRONIC HAZARD WARNING Solvent Naphtha, Light Aromatic CHRONIC EXPOSURE TO ORGANIC SOLVENTS HAS BEEN ASSOCIATED WITH VARIOUS NEUROTOXIC EFFECTS INCLUDING PERMANENT BRAIN AND NERVOUS SYSTEM DAMAGE. SYMPTOMS INCLUDE: LOSS OF MEMORY, LOSS OF INTELLECTUAL ABILITY, AND LOSS OF COORDINATION.
- Vial Counting
- Flow Counting
- Specialty Applications
- Radiation Safety
- Waste Disposal Issues in Scintillation Counting
- The Complete Scintillation Cocktail
- Radioactive Emissions and the Use of Isotopes in Research
- Preparing Tissue Samples for Scintillation Counting
- Preparing Samples in PAGE Gels for LSC
- Mechanism of Liquid Scintillation Counting
- Measurement of Radiation and Isotope Quantitation
- Liquid Scintillation Signal Interpretation
- Liquid Scintillation and Radiation Safety
- HPLC Flow Counting
- Counting Samples on Cellulose-Ester Filters
- Counting Samples from TLC Plates by LSC
- Counting Efficiency and Quenching
- Counting Carbon Dioxide by LSC
- Chemiluminescence and Static Electricity
- Assaying Discrete Samples by Liquid Scintillation Counting