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Borosilicate Standard Wall with Filament Clark Capillary Glass, OD 1.0 mm, ID 0.58 mm

The properties of borosilicate glass make it the most popular material among researchers for the fabrication of electrodes and micro-pipettes. Its low softening temperature combined with its mechanical strength, chemical durability, high electrical resistivity, and its ability to withstand thermal stress, make these capillaries the most widely used in the world. Clark Borosilicate Capillaries are offered in a variety of diameters and wall thickness (standard or thin walled) with or without an inner filament. They are available in fused multi-barrel configurations, as well as in Theta style. Single barrel glass is available in 75 mm (3 in), 100 mm (4 in) and 150 mm (6 in) lengths.
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300021 Borosilicate Standard Wall with Filament, 1.0 mm OD, 0.58 mm ID, 75 mm L , Pkg. of 500
300019 Borosilicate Standard Wall with Filament, 1.0 mm OD, 0.58 mm ID, 100 mm L , Pkg. of 500
300020 Borosilicate Standard Wall with Filament, 1.0 mm OD, 0.58 mm ID, 150 mm L , Pkg. of 500

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• Easy filling
• Available in standard or thin wall configurations with selection of three outside diameters
• Exceptionally low tip impedance (less than 50 M?)
• Good for patch clamp pipettes and microinjection needles

The properties of borosilicate glass make it the most popular material among researchers for the fabrication of electrodes and micro-pipettes. Its low softening temperature combined with its mechanical strength, chemical durability, high electrical resistivity, and its ability to withstand thermal stress, make these capillaries the most widely used in the world. Clark Borosilicate Capillaries are offered in a variety of diameters and wall thickness (standard or thin walled) with or without an inner filament. They are available in fused multi-barrel configurations, as well as in Theta style. Single barrel glass is available in 75 mm (3 in), 100 mm (4 in) and 150 mm (6 in) lengths.


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Specifications300021300019300020
Glass TypeBorsilicateBorsilicateBorsilicate
Glass Composition80.9% SiO2 12.9% B2O3 4.4% Na2O 1.8% Al2O380.9% SiO2 12.9% B2O3 4.4% Na2O 1.8% Al2O380.9% SiO2 12.9% B2O3 4.4% Na2O 1.8% Al2O3
Glass Softening Temperature Metric815 °C815 °C815 °C
Dielectric Constant4.74.74.7
OD Metric1.0 mm1.0 mm1.0 mm
ID Metric0.58 mm0.58 mm0.58 mm
Length Metric75 mm100 mm150 mm

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