McCrone Particle Reference Set

SKU: 421

This is our most general reference set. It includes 100 prepared slides of the most commonly found atmospheric and settled dust particles, each mounted in Meltmount 1.662. This set will prove helpful for air sampling, identifying contaminants, pollution control, quality control analysis, and training programs.

 

This item is on a three-month backorder.

$725.00

This is our most general reference set. It includes 100 prepared slides of the most commonly found atmospheric and settled dust particles, each mounted in Meltmount 1.662. This set will prove helpful for air sampling, identifying contaminants, pollution control, quality control analysis, and training programs.

Slides included:

1. Diatoms

2. Radiolaria

3. Alternaria

4. Foraminifera

5. Insect parts

6. Seed hairs

7. Trichomes

8. Pine pollen

9. Red oak pollen

10. Ragweed pollen

11. Timothy grass pollen

12. Cottonwood pollen

13. Sugar maple pollen

14. Puffball spores

15. Wheat starch

16. Potato starch

17. Corn starch

18. Rice starch

19. Sawdust

20. Mechanical hardwood

21. Mechanical softwood

22. Chemical softwood

23. Chemical hardwood

24. Straw

25. Sisal

26. Cotton

27. Flax

28. Hemp

29. Silk

30. Wool

31. Hair (caucasoid)

32. Hair (negroid)

33. Hair (mongoloid)

34. Dog hair

35. Cat hair

36. Rabbit hair

37. Horse hair

38. Deer hair

39. Dandruff

40. Viscose rayon

41. Acetate

42. Triacetate

43. Orlon

44. Nylon

45. Kevlar

46. Dacron

47. Dynel

48. Polypropylene

49. Glass fiber

50. Mineral wool

51. Ceramic fiber

52. Chrysotile

53. Amosite

54. Crocidolite

55. Heated Amosite

56. Tremolite

57. Brucite

58. Vermiculite

59. Biotite

60. Muscovite

61. Talc

62. Amphibole (hornblende)

63. Apatite

64. Calcite

65. Corundum

66. Feldspar

67. Gypsum

68. Olivine

69. Beryl

70. Quartz – wind worn

71. Quartz – water worn

72. Ground glass

73. Pumice

74. China clay

75. Coal

76. Cement

77. Catalyst (petroleum)

78. Metal shavings

79. Welding dust

80. Fly ash – incinerator

81. Fly ash – power plant

82. Auto exhaust emission

83. Carborundum

84. Polishing compound

85. Jeweler’s rouge

86. Chrome yellow

87. Burnt sienna

88. Titanium white

89. Ammonium nitrate

90. Tea dust

91. Coffee dust

92. Pepper

93. Table salt

94. Sugar

95. Tobacco dust

96. Cigarette ash

97. Rust

98. Rubber dust

99. Road dust

100. Sodium Nitrate & Mylar

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