ProSource Scientific brings you a large selection of superior quality chemicals and solutions, produced specifically for use in laboratories and manufacturing.
Click on the letters below for alphabetical listings from our new Chemical Catalogue. These pages do not include pricing; please contact us for pricing and to request your catalogue which will include our industry-leading prices.
The chemicals listed in this catalogue are indicative of our most often-requested items; however, we welcome inquiries on any unlisted chemicals, custom solutions and formulations, unit sizes, and packaging materials (i.e. glass/plastic). Please contact your ProSource Customer Sales Representative to discuss any special needs you may have.
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Chemical Grade Designations
Product quality is ProSource Scientific’s number one priority. Strict quality control standards are maintained to ensure the quality of our products is never compromised. The chemical grades appearing in this catalogue are defined as follows:
Chemicals which meet or exceed the requirements of the American Chemical Society as listed in the latest edition “Reagent Chemicals, American Chemical Society Specifications”.
Chemicals of high purity for which there are no official standards. Purity specifications are reported directly on the label for most items.
Prepared from reagent grade chemicals and standardized against NIST primary standards.
Chemical which generally meet or exceed the specifications listed in the latest edition of “United States Pharmacopeia/National Formulary (USP/NF)”.
Solvents which are distilled in glass and filtered and suitable for use in High Performance Liquid Chromatography.
Solvents and acids used for special applications. They conform to SEMI specifications.
Solvents of high purity which are distilled in glass and generally intended for use in pesticide residue analysis.
Solvents which are suitable for use in spectrophotometry. These generally meet or exceed the requirements of the American Chemical Society as listed in the latest edition of “Reagent Chemicals, American Chemical Society Specifications”.
Chemicals of good quality where there are no official standards but which are of sufficiently high purity to be suitable for many uses.
Commercial grade chemicals which are clean and of reasonable chemical purity. These are generally intended for industrial use but also find use in some laboratory applications.