- Cellulose weighing paper conveys powder or gelatinous paste samples to and from balances and other equipment
- Highly-calendered surface (non-treated gloss) to a smoothness which resists sample hold or moisture absorption
- High gloss, milk-white cellulose paper is semi-opaque, non-absorbent, and nitrogen-free
- Surface texture resists tearing during quadrant folding or enveloping and increases abrasion durability during spatula scraping
- Material chemistries are verified against a standard prior to paper-making process, ensuring lot-to-lot reproducibility
LabExact 1200158 W33 Cellulose Weighing Paper Sheet, Nitrogen Free, Non-Absorbing, High-Gloss, 3 x 3 Inches (Pack of 500)
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LabExact W33 cellulose weighing paper is used to convey powders or gelatinous paste samples to and from balances and other laboratory equipment. The surface is highly calendered (non-treated gloss) to a smoothness which resists sample hold or moisture absorption. The high-gloss, milk-white paper is semi-opaque, non-absorbent, and nitrogen-free. It resists tearing during quadrant folding or enveloping, and increases abrasion durability during spatula scraping. Material chemistries are verified against a standard prior to the paper-making process, ensuring lot-to-lot reproducibility. Other applications for this paper include using as slip sheets between samples or slides or liners within containers, short-term exposure as a moisture barrier, or for laminating backing for structural support.
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They are kind of awkward to weight with, though maybe I'm doing it wrong. I usually fold it in half, then lay it upon the scale. It then falls to its side and a put the material on the paper. After I'm don I pick up the paper, the material falls into the crease, then I just easily pour the material where I want it.
Decent size squares, and most importantly, I haven't had anything that sticks to it so far.
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