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Tue, 19 Jul 2005 05:01:51 -0400
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Hi Matt,

what kind of HPLC pump do you have?  I need one for out in the field.
cheers, tco

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>  Hi Everyone,                   This is the last of my mass spec parts
> that I must find buyers for in the next 10 days. I have a dumpster in
> my driveway that will be receiving any of the parts I cannot sell in
> the next week or so, so please make me an offer. Optima/Prism 3
> electronics, Prism collectors, Sector collectors & collector housing,
> Daly knobs, HPLC pump, column & accessories, Jun-Air compressor, LN2
> dewar, Peter Paul valves, Minisols & Microsols, Pirani gauges and
> heads, microgram balances, sample vessels, Hoke bottles, diffusion
> pumps, a turbo pump, flight tube, flight tube parts, blanking flanges,
> flange adapters, electrical feedthrough flanges, high voltage
> supplies, cryo baffle/trap, Gilson 222s and accessories, GS-Q GC
> Columns, reference gas reservoirs, Rack-mount cooling fans, a Spex
> ball mill and more. Let me know if you want to receive the files with
> pictures and brief descriptions of the parts. Thanks in
> advance. Matt.

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Princeton University
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