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Heraeus Deutschland GmbH & Co. KG, Germany

Heraeus, the technology group headquartered in Hanau, Germany, is a leading international family-owned company formed in 1851. In the 2016 financial year, the FORTUNE Global 500 listed company generated revenues without precious metals of €2.0 bn and a total revenue of €21.5 bn. With approximately 1 more

Mettler-Toledo GmbH, Switzerland

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Hanna Instruments Deutschland GmbH, Germany

As an international leading manufacturer of analytical instrumentation with more than 30 years of experience HANNA instruments offers modern solutions for laboratories, the environmental sector and the industrial process. more

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"Intelligent Metering" of Liquid Chemicals

Gradual performance increments offer the right technology for every metering application more

Hygienically Designed Probe for Maximum Process Safety

It complies with 3-A sanitary standards and FDA regulations and has been tested to EHEDG requirements more

Let Your Sensor off the Leash

Whenever measuring in confined spaces or keeping the instrument away is a must: Data transmission per wireless modules instead of cumbersome cables! more

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Products for Chemical Fluid Handling, Water Treatment and Water Disinfection

Find out more about innovations, commercial components and complete systems. It is divided into four product segments for fast and easy navigation more

News Electrodes

  • Robust and inexpensive catalysts for hydrogen production

    Hydrogen gas is considered a possible future source of energy and can be produced from water using platinum catalysts and electricity. However, alternative catalysts made of cheaper and more readily available materials with equally high efficiency are barely known. Electrodes without precious metals more

  • For graphite pellets, just add elbow grease

    It's easy and economical to make shiny pellets of graphite from functionalized graphene, according to scientists at Rice University. A report shows how chemically altered graphene powder can be pressed into a lightweight, semiporous solid that retains many of the strong and conductive qualities of g more

  • Unexpected effect could lead to lower-power memory, computing devices

    An unexpected phenomenon known as zero field switching (ZFS) could lead to smaller, lower-power memory and computing devices than presently possible. The image shows a layering of platinum (Pt), tungsten (W), and a cobalt-iron-boron magnet (CoFeB) sandwiched at the ends by gold (Au) electrodes on a more

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Why Lithium-Ion Batteries Catch Fire

In this month’s Periodic Graphics in C&EN, we’re looking at the chemistry behind the recent news stories of lithium-ion batteries in some devices catching fire. You can see the full graphic over on the C&EN site. Also, for more lithium battery chemistry, head over to the recent RealTimeChem Week gra more

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Virtual Seminar – Best practices for characterizing and manufacturing battery slurries and electrodes

The market for batteries is rapidly growing, and the increased demand for portable electronic devices, including mobile phones and laptops requires greater advances in battery technology in order to provide a light weight, long lasting and stable power source. Battery technology is also being pushed

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  • Detecting and manipulating ions

    The pH electrode is now ubiquitous for the monitoring of chemical processes. Progress in materials chemistry and fundamental methodology opens the door to new exciting approaches. more

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