Graduated Cylinder, polypropylene, 250 ml

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Item # CE-CYPP250

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These 250 ml polypropylene cylinders have excellent chemical resistance.

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Graduated Cylinder, polypropylene, 250 ml
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This 250 ml polypropylene graduated cylinder is an economical way to accurately measure liquid volumes. Polypropylene (plastic) graduated cylinders are unbreakable and have excellent chemical resistance, but are opaque and therefore somewhat more difficult to read than glass.

This graduated cylinder has a capacity of 250 ml with graduations marked every 2 ml and it has an accuracy of ± 2 ml at 20°C. Approximately 31 cm tall and 4.5 cm in diameter. Don't use it for strong solvents.

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DESCRIPTION

This 250 ml polypropylene graduated cylinder is an economical way to accurately measure liquid volumes. Polypropylene (plastic) graduated cylinders are unbreakable and have excellent chemical resistance, but are opaque and therefore somewhat more difficult to read than glass.

This graduated cylinder has a capacity of 250 ml with graduations marked every 2 ml and it has an accuracy of ± 2 ml at 20°C. Approximately 31 cm tall and 4.5 cm in diameter. Don't use it for strong solvents.

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