Tobacco Filtration - 96 Well Plate Filtration


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Original tobacco samples will be placed in 20ml vials. These vials will be loaded into a shaker tray that will also heat and agitate the samples at the appropriate time. The PAL will 15ml of solvent will be added[1] to each sample in the batch. Then 50ul of internal standard will also be added to each sample in the batch. After these two additions, the samples will be heated and agitated [2] for a period of time specified by the user. Once the incubation period expires, 1.5ml of each sample will be filtered through a 0.45 micron PTFE filter in a 96 well plate format [3]. Then 1ml of each filtered sample will be transferred to a separate 2ml vial for off-line analysis.

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Project Ref: LS-C10013

  • Additional info on 96 well Filtration [4]
  • Additional info on Large Volume Dispensing [5]
  • Additional info on Mixing of Samples [6]

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