gastight

gas·tight

 (găs′tīt′)
adj.
Impermeable by gas.

gas′tight′ness n.

gastight

(ˈɡæsˌtaɪt)
adj
(General Physics) not allowing gas to enter or escape
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Extrapallial fluid samples were taken during microsensor measurements using gastight glass syringes (Hamilton).
In addition, when used with the IP65 housings, they offer gastight connections that meet the needs found in hazardous and controlled production environments.
Each mouse received a 3 [micro]l injection (equivalent to 4 [micro]g LPS) by a 26s-gauge gastight syringe (10 [micro]l, Hamilton; Reno, NV) with the microinfusion syringe pump (Singa[R], Diagnostic and Research Instruments Inc., Taipei, Taiwan) over 2 min; the needle was retained in place for an additional 5 min to prevent any reflux.
The super-soft gel cushion conforms to the patient's face to ensure a gastight fit that is more secure than the PVC cushion and has a lower profile on the face.
The latter is usually done by brief hot melting two sheets of packaging material together to form a gastight seal [3,4].
Jones et al., "Gastight Hydrodynamic Electrochemistry: Design for a Hermetically Sealed Rotating Disk Electrode Cell," Analytical Chemistry, vol.
The internal standard solution (100 [micro]L) was added to the yuzu juice sample (diluted 100-fold; 1.9 mL) in a 20-mL gastight vial sealed with a septum.
In brief, 100 [micro]L of headspace gas was withdrawn using a gastight syringe and injected manually into a GC-2014 (Shimadzu, Kyoto, Japan) equipped with flame ionization detector and Porapak Q column (GL Sciences Tokyo, Japan).
The monomer [epsilon]-CL (100 g, 0.877 mol), initiator glycerol (0.45 g, 4.87 x 10~3 mol), and [Sn(Oct).sub.2] (1 mL, 0.1g/mL) were consecutively added via a gastight syringe under argon into the reaction vial.