A rectangular jar, PC (polycarbonate) is a laboratory container used for storage, transport, and examination of solid or liquid specimens. It is made of polycarbonate, a type of plastic that is known for its transparency, durability, and resistance to impact and UV light. The jar has a rectangular shape with a tight-fitting lid that seals the contents, which can be viewed through the transparent walls of the jar.
Rectangular jars are commonly used in laboratory settings for a variety of applications, including storage and transport of specimens, examination of live insects, or for studying the behavior of liquids or solids in a closed system. They are available in various sizes, ranging from small jars for small-scale experiments to large jars for large-scale operations.
The polycarbonate construction makes the jar suitable for use in applications where glass is not appropriate, such as with light-sensitive materials or when working with hazardous chemicals. Rectangular jars are also easy to clean and can be used repeatedly, making them a popular choice for laboratory use.