for molecular biology
2.7 (vs air)
0.42 mmHg ( 20 °C)
Recommended retest period - 2 years
42 %, 63 °F
DNA sequencing: suitable
≤0.001 meq/g Titratable acid
≤0.1% water (Karl Fischer)
n20/D 1.479 (lit.)
189 °C (lit.)
16-19 °C (lit.)
H2O: miscible (completely)
1.10 g/mL (lit.)
suitable for molecular biology
DNase and RNase, none detected
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