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Possible savings of up to €5,000 in energy costs over 10 years
Cost and energy efficiency are rapidly becoming leading considerations when purchasing any piece of laboratory equipment. With key equipment and instrumentation operating continuously or for extended periods, it is perhaps not surprising that laboratories are capable of consuming more power than ...
Production processes in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries give rise to gaseous and liquid residues that are preferably disposed of in decentralized incinerators. Most of these residues are highly caloric gases and solutions containing high concentrations of organ-ic substances
The aim of this work was to demonstrate the performance of Whatman quantitative ashless filter paper in specific cement industry applications. Grade 42 filter paper was evaluated in sulfur analysis, which is a cement test typically used in quality control laboratories. The results show the ...
The aim of this work was to demonstrate the performance of Whatman Grade 40 and Grade 41 quantitative ashless filter paper in specific mining industry applications. Whatman Grade 40 and Grade 41 filter paper was evaluated in three metal content tests typically used in quality control ...
While the technique has gained increased popularity in recent times, the principal of in situ reaction monitoring dates back to 1961 when Farenfort introduced a new method of measurement that today is called Attenuated Total Reflectance (ATR). The combination of mid infrared (MIR) spectroscopy, ...
The material that became an international success
The market introduction of laboratory glassware made from borosilicate glass in 1893 revolutionised science: since then it has become an essential material used in laboratories across the globe. Registered as a brand in 1938, DURAN® laboratory glassware still sets quality standards today
Dynamic Image Analysis much closer to reality now
One particle seen in various orientations can bring almost full 3D information. In contrast to 2D data obtained from one particle in a single orientation, the 3D technology is a quantum jump for size and shape analysis
over a wide range of size and concentration
Particle interface potential, size and concentration of colloidal samples interacting with the liquid environment can be characterized with the Duo Stabino®/NANO-flex, whereby size and concentration range of both methods perfectly match. A fast titration is suited as a fingerprint method
During the last years, matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization mass spectrometry has been subject to considerable improvements. Whereas the focus of MALDI before has mostly been on the analysis of peptides and proteins, the development and progress of MALDI imaging have clearly expanded its ...
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 formulations, food and drink, mining and mineral slurries, paints, ...