Ultima Gold™ F is a high efficiency, safer liquid scintillation cocktail for counting dry filter supports, as well as organic samples. For alpha/beta LSC counting, Ultima Gold™ F is an ideal diluent for Ultima Gold™ AB, increasing energy resolutions and pulse-shape discrimination for small volume samples.
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|Product Brand Name||Ultima Gold|
|Quantity in a Package Amount||2.0 Units|
|Sample Type||Liquid (organic), Filter (dry), Solid (insoluble), Solid (soluble), Gas (Radon)|
|Unit Size||2 x 5 L|
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