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21 Current white paper for laboratoryrss
How to do more with less is a consistent theme in today’s chemical development laboratories. Researchers are challenged with how quickly and cost-effectively they can deliver high quality chemical products and the processes used to make them. This in turn has driven a trend in industry to ...
The material that became an international success
Summary The Glastechnische Laboratorium Schott & Genossen Jena (now SCHOTT AG) launched the first laboratory glassware made of borosilicate glass on the market in 1893. Until then, soda-lime glass and lead glass had been used and borosilicate glass represented a completely new third type of ...
Dynamic Image Analysis much closer to reality now
The 3D technique is realized in the model PartAn 3001 analyzer. It can be used for laboratory and process applications. In an impressive way, 3D can be opposed to 2D in one and the same instrument. The measurement comfort is the same in both techniques; however the benefit of 3D is ...
over a wide range of size and concentration
Zeta potential titration / Particle size analysis To avoid the short range but strong Van-der Waals attraction between particles is an art in formulating stable dispersions. An interface coated with sterically hindering macromolecules or with electrostatically reacting ions is used to avoid ...
#img14629# MALDI Mass Spectrometry Imaging During the last years, matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization (MALDI) mass spectrometry has been subject to considerable improvements. Whereas the focus of MALDI before has mostly been on the analysis of peptides and proteins (proteomics), the ...
Ten Ways to…..Control Rheology by Changing Particle Properties Many materials in use today are disperse systems where one substance (often particulate) is dispersed in another phase. These material types include adhesives, agrochemicals, cement, ceramics, colloids, cosmetics and personal care ...
Organizations have made significant investments in enterprise and laboratory tools, technologies and solutions to help improve productivity, better manage data/information and optimize their business processes. However, the reality is that most companies have not reaped the return on ...
A Juchheim family’s history of success and innovation since 1926
The first glass thermometers were relatively primitive devices. Equipped with fixed contacts, they were capable of only limited interaction with a relay for things like switching an electric heater on or off or triggering an acoustic warning function. More sophisticated applications required ...
The water content of substances plays a major role in many different industries. However, laboratories depend on a fast and reliable method for detecting the water content for local checks on raw materials and products. Delays in the production process owing to insufficient quality control ...
Quantification of CO2 Capture in Aqueous Solutions of Alcanolamine
MINES ParisTech is one of France’s oldest higher education institutions. While its inspirational model has not changed over the years, its teaching methods and research have been at the leading edge since 1783. Two Nobel laureates trained at the School: Georges Charpak (Physics, 1992) and ...