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[*] posted on 28-9-2014 at 23:24


Would you have a 100ml buret and a leveling bulb suitable for gas measurement?
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[*] posted on 30-9-2014 at 13:53


I don't have those for gas measurement, but I do have a 10 ml buret I just found. And I am not getting much more stuff, as this glassware is from a closed company, but I have traded a few items for other things before, as well as keep finding more boxes of stuff that I had not yet unpacked. But the majority of stuff is either in the list, or in some of the photos. I do still have some items that I am working on completing, such as sep funnels without stopcocks, a few more stir-plates that I am fixing, cleaning and then testing, some rotovap parts I am trying to piece into compete rotovaps, and random boxes of glassware that I am trying to assemble into 24/40 and 14/20 kits.

I also still have a lot of stuff that is hard to list, various 14/20 or 24/40 distillation parts, adapters and jointed things; lots of chromatography supplies; some TLC chambers, plates and spayers; HPLC columns; and much more. But many of those are custom or not easily cataloged, used, and or odd. I am still trying to list them all, and take photos, but it is a slow process. I also still have lots of odd, broken, or complete boxes of vials, bottles, and tubes, trying to get the list updated on those.
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[*] posted on 30-9-2014 at 15:01


What sort of vials do you have? I U2U'd you a couple days ago about some stuff that I was interested in buying, but I might also be interested in some of those vials, depending on the type of lid and how large they are.



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[*] posted on 2-10-2014 at 05:18


I have vials in 2, 4, 8, 12, 16, 20 and 40 ml sizes, many are partial boxes, I have a few complete cases left, most come with black caps and rubber liners, but I have a few green Teflon lined caps for some sizes as well. I have a few cases of 20 ml scintillation vials, they come with standard plastic caps, but I have a few Teflon lined lids, but only a few. I typically sell a small bag of vials for $1 each, about 12 for the smaller ones and fewer for the larger. I can make up samples of some of them and throw them in if you want.
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[*] posted on 2-10-2014 at 23:11


DIBS ON SOME OF THOSE SCINTILLATION VIALS! how much are the scintillation vials? granted they look like this http://extww02a.cardinal.com/us/en/distributedproducts/image...
Also, can you take some photos of the Vials? What do the 40 ml ones look like?




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[*] posted on 3-10-2014 at 12:01


I have some 40 ml Scintilation type vials (look just like the 20 ml scint vials but twice as tall), might also have some black cap type standrad vials that big, not sure right off hand. The 20 ml Scint vials look like that, I have a few types of caps, plastic, foil or paper faced, and a few Teflon lined ones (but not enough for every vial...) I use the plastic or paper lined ones for storing solids, and the Teflon ones only for solutions and reactions. I do a lot of chemistry in those, they are easy to heat in a heating block, and the prefect size for small reactions. I'll put links to some examples of the vials below, but they are mostly the standard lab type vials with black screw tops. I have a few other types, and a few green PTFE lined caps, let me know what you want.

Scint vials:
http://www.sks-science.com/glass-laboratory-vials-p-5887.htm...

40 ml vials (come with septa top, I have some Teflon caps as well)
http://www.sks-science.com/glass-laboratory-vials-p-4704.htm...

1, 2, 4 ml vials:
http://www.labmart.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&...
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[*] posted on 4-10-2014 at 23:22


Just to clarify, are scintillation vials $1 each or..?



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[*] posted on 5-10-2014 at 18:22


I have typically sold them for about $20 per case of 100, or 5 for $1.

For shipping to Aust, 14 vials would fit into a small box and weigh 11oz, which is about $14 in postage. So the vials are about $0.20 each, but the shipping to Aust would add up fast, making them about $1 each to there. I might be able to do a larger box for less per ounce. Postage rates have risen fast lately. But I can try to find the best rate possible.
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[*] posted on 6-10-2014 at 01:14


what is the shipping for 100 vials? If its that much ill have to compile a list of other stuff to make the shipping worth while.



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[*] posted on 8-10-2014 at 13:34


A box of 100 20 ml Scint vials weighs about 3.3 pounds, without the caps. I might be able to fit that and the caps into a box at 4 pounds (at worse I might have to remove a few vials or caps to keep the weight down). That would cost about $35 in postage to Aust. plus about $15 for the vials, so about $0.50 per vial with shipping. If they would fit into a flat rate envelope (they would not, unless smashed into dust), I could send it at about $26-28, which is how I ship some books there, but 4 pounds is the limit for simple packages. The postage rates have soared in the last few years, it was only $12-16 for that back a few years. I wish I could find a cheaper way, but UPS and FedEx are even worse, with may more paperwork and customs forms.

For people in the US, I could fit one or two boxes of them into a large flat rate box, which is about $16 in the US. Not sure if both the vials and caps would all fit to 2 cases of 100 in one box, but the caps are not too heavy to ship separately.
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[*] posted on 8-10-2014 at 19:02


I received my order from Dr. Bob today. It arrived complete and well packaged, and there were quite a few extra surprises thrown in. Thanks Dr. Bob!



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[*] posted on 9-10-2014 at 02:38


I'd be content with 50-75 vials with caps. What are the options then?



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[*] posted on 10-10-2014 at 18:58


Wanted

250-500ml sep funnel, 24/40
Vigreux column 300mm+, 24/40
3-way adapter, 24/40
Thermometer adapter, 24/40
Leibig condenser 300mm+, 24/40
Vacuum adapter, 24/40
Glass stoppers, 24/40

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[*] posted on 21-10-2014 at 18:05


I recently received my umm... I've lost count how many times i've bought from bob.. order. I got my 100 scintillation vials in no time, with extra teflon lids!
Couldn't recommend more!

Cheers!

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[*] posted on 23-10-2014 at 05:20


Glad that they got there in good condition, and faster than I expected.

I have one box of 100 20 ml glass scintillation vials left, with plastic lids, plus a few Teflon lined caps for them as well. It would be $15 plus postage, they will just fit into a large flat rate box ($16) with some extra space left. I have a few loose ones also, if people just need a few.

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[*] posted on 23-10-2014 at 06:58


Bob's the best! Wish I were an adult to buy from him!



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[*] posted on 7-11-2014 at 06:22


Let me clarify a typo I made a few weeks back, I have 1, 2, and 4 dram vials, which are 4, 8, and 16 ml in volume. I do have some 2 ml HPLC type vials and even a few standard caps for them, but mostly have the HPLC septa tops for those.

1, 2, 4 dram vials: (which are 4, 8, and 16 ml in capacity)
http://www.labmart.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&...
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[*] posted on 16-12-2014 at 22:45


Heya

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have: liebig 24/40

looking for: Anything to do with specialized essential oil extraction. I have a nice set going but im seeing these things that look like additon funnels that are actully collectors for oils

Volumetric flasks
500ml, 1000mlx2 beakers
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[*] posted on 21-12-2014 at 19:29


Here are a few more items that I have just photographed and cataloged. I have 2 sets of vacuum traps, shown below. I also still have a number of dewars that could be used with them, I am working on some photos of those as well. I'll try add them soon.

DSCN6287 traps 1 medium labelled.JPG - 71kB
A - Aldrich - $25
B - ChemGlass - $25
C - ChemGlass - $25 with all hardware
D - Kontes - $15
E - Custom - $15

DSCN6315  traps 2 medium label.JPG - 281kB
A – Pyrex 40/50 joint - $15
B – long, thin one - $10
C – Ace modified trap - $15
D - Pyrex - $10
E - short small trap - $10
F - Ace unique trap - $15
G - Ace simple trap - $10
H - simple trap - $15
I - ChemGlass - $20
J - ChemGlass - $20

I also took a photo of the 125 ml separatory funnels I have left

DSCN6410  125 ml sep funnels  medium.JPG - 251kB

They are $25 each for A - D, I would ask $20 for E & F.

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DSCN1814  Tall Dewars.JPG - 403kBDSCN1823 short dewars.JPG - 510kB
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[*] posted on 22-12-2014 at 19:36


I tried to add these to the last post, but it cut me off and locked me out. Doh. Here are the captions I was trying to put with the photos.

Here is a photo of just a sample of the dewar flasks I have
I would ask (left to right) $30, $60, $50, and $40 for them.


These are the shorter dewars, I would say $20-50 range.



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[*] posted on 26-12-2014 at 16:31


Here is yet another few photos of some remaining glassware. First are the remaining condensers I have left:

DSCN6465   24-40 condensers  MEDIUM.JPG - 308kB

A - Chemglass coil reflux condenser - $25
B - Small Kontes West condenser - $15
C - Not sure what type of condenser - $20
D - Kimex tall West condenser - $20
E - Kimex tall West condenser - $20
F - Dirty Pyrex Liebig condenser - $20
G - Friedrich condenser with extra inlet - $25
H - Small Kontes West condenser with small chip on the bottom - $15
I - Friedrich condenser - $20
J - Friedrich condenser - $20

DSCN6481   24-40 stills  medium.JPG - 269kB DSCN6483  aldrich 24-40 stills  med.JPG - 243kB

These are 4 more 24/40 stills that I have gotten together now. I would ask $100 for them each .
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[*] posted on 8-1-2015 at 05:05


The Friedrich condensers are now gone. I have not got photos yet, but I found a few more 24/40 Dean Stark traps, if people are still looking for those.
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[*] posted on 8-1-2015 at 08:30


What are the stills for? Or, at least, what are they officially called?



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[*] posted on 8-1-2015 at 09:37


They are solvent stills, for solvent purification. They attach to a flask containing the solvent to be purified, upon distilling the solvent is kept in the bulb part and can be dispensed from the tap.

Example:
https://www.wilmad-labglass.com/ProductList.aspx?t=892
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[*] posted on 8-1-2015 at 10:32


U2U sent for another potential order! I can't believe the amount of stuff you have that it's lasted this long.
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