OK, this'll sound like a dumb question to some and others may have wondered the same thing:
My syringe stoppers are cone shaped. So, when I'm drawing to fill the syringe, do I measure where the liquid meets the stopper or do I measure from the peak of the cone?
Seems obvious that you would measure from where the liquid meets the stopper right? Well, the cone is taking up some of that measured space. In this particular case, I'm measuring 1/4 cc's at a time so that would make a huge difference on volume... [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_confused.gif[/img]
Anybody know for sure?