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Xylem Analytics Germany Sales GmbH & Co. KG, Germany

Nearly 80 years ago, the development of the glass electrode at the former Jenaer Glaswerk SCHOTT & Gen. revolutionized chemical measuring. By using new conductive glass types it was now possible to display pH values via conventional needle galvanometers. The further company history too was marked b more

AR2i, France

AR2i France: general labware and chromatography instruments The company AR2i resells general labware and chromatography instruments (Thin-Layer Chromatography) in France, Germany and almost worldwide. We have a full range of high-quality products: TLC equipment from deposit to quantitative device more

Metrohm AG, Switzerland

Metrohm is a leading supplier of instruments, applications and support for chemical analysis. Headquartered in Switzerland, Metrohm serves customers in 120 countries. Metrohm is the global market leader in the fields of titration and voltammetry, and one of the leading innovators in ion chromatogra more

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Keep Your Karl Fischer Titration Under Control with Hydranal Water Standards

Calibration, validation and inspection of analytical instruments and reagents is performed with a specific amount of water more

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Solvents & Inorganics for Accurate, Brilliant Results

Analytical techniques such as Titration, Chromatography, and Spectroscopy are only as reliable as the quality of solvents and inorganics that you use more

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Karl Fischer titration

Karl Fischer titration Karl Fischer titration is a classic titration method in analytical chemistry that uses coulometric or volume tric titration to determine trace amounts of water in a sample. It was invented in 1935 by the German chemist ... more

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