Laboratory Micro Pipettes
A micropipette is used under a microscope to microinject liquid directly into a cell. Micropipettes are made of glass and have a microscopic tip. … Such pipettes are capable of pipetting volumes as low as 0.2 microliters, but they are not actually micropipettes because they are not designed for microinjection. There are 3 types’ air-displacement, positive-displacement and dispenser pipets A pipette (sometimes spelled pipet) is a laboratory tool commonly used in chemistry, biology and medicine to transport a measured volume of liquid, often as a media dispenser Pipettes and micropipettes are used to measure and deliver accurate volumes of liquid. The difference between the two is that micropipettes measure a much smaller volume, starting at 1 microliter, while pipettes generally start at 1 milliliter
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