In general, what is the proper procedure for puncturing the diaphragm using the
a. Using the protective shield on the capillary pipette, puncture the diaphragm of
b. Grasping the reservoir in one hand, take pipette assembly in other hand and
pull tip of pipette shield firmly through diaphragm in neck of reservoir, then
Grasping the reservoir in one hand, take pipette assembly in other hand and
push tip of pipette shield firmly through diaphragm in neck of reservoir, then
d. Remove shield from pipette assembly with a twist.
e. a, b, c, and d.
a, b, and d.
g. a, c, and d.
What phenomenon is used to fill the Unopette capillary with blood?
b. Capillary action.
When using the Unopette system, at what point will the pipette automatically stop
filling and be complete? When:
a. The blood reaches the top reservoir.
b. Negative pressure is applied,
The blood reaches the end of the capillary bore.