Environmental bottles are suitable for applications that require a capped, cleaned container that can be vacuumed, deionized, or a combination of both. They do not off-gas.
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Lab bottles come in many shapes, each intended for specific applications. For example, Atlantic City (AC) round bottles commonly have a wide mouth and are used for working with dry and viscous samples. Boston round bottles are for pouring, and for solvent, chemical, and sample storage. French square bottles help provide efficient storage solutions in laboratory settings. Cylindrical bottles are required for roller applications.
The capacity of a lab bottle refers to the amount of liquid or substance that a bottle can hold. Capacity is most commonly measured in metric units, such as milliliters (mL) and liters (l), and sometimes in ounces (oz).