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Bernd Kraft GmbH, Germany

For over 40 years, Bernd Kraft® GmbH has produced ready-to-use laboratory chemicals that are supplied in containers from 1 ml to 1,000 l. Our portfolio of more than 10,000 products ranges from standards for chemical analytics, standard solutions, buffer solutions, reagents for analytical more

Merck KGaA, Germany

We are a vibrant science and technology company. Science is at the heart of everything we do. It drives the discoveries we make and the technologies we create. We make a positive difference to millions of people’s lives every day. Our constant curiosity and specialist approach drive our partne more

Carl Roth GmbH + Co. KG, Germany

Carl Roth, the expert consultation for labware, life science and chemicals for more than 140 years. With around 30,000 articles available and a round-the-clock delivery service within Germany, we are the partner that research, scientific and technical laboratories can rely on. Furthermore, we devel more

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Products Salts

Quality Chemicals and Expert Support from Research to Production

Explore our broad range of chemicals for every stage of product development, and see how you can benefit from our technical and regulatory expertise more

A Wish Come True: Ready-To-Use Solutions, Reagents, Salts and Standards

As a specialist for ready-to-use reagents, salts and standards for chemical analyses in the laboratory, Bernd Kraft® maintains more than 10,000 research laboratory chemicals in its portfolio more

News Salts

  • Wet electrolyte could be a key to inexpensive energy storage

    For scientists working to create the next generation of batteries, water has typically been the enemy. For example, lithium-ion batteries typically need to be produced under extremely dry conditions for them to hold large amounts of charge. But a new discovery may show that a specific type of lithiu more

  • The biodegradable battery - an ecological miracle

    The number of data-transmitting microdevices, for instance in packaging and transport logistics, will increase sharply in the coming years. All these devices need energy, but the amount of batteries would have a major impact on the environment. Empa researchers have developed a biodegradable mini-ca more

  • New technique extends next-generation lithium metal batteries

    Electric vehicles (EVs) hold great promise for our energy-efficient, sustainable future but among their limitations is the lack of a long-lasting, high energy density battery that reduces the need to fuel up on long-haul trips. The same is true for houses during blackouts and power grid failures--sm more

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Infographics Salts

The Chemistry of Fireworks

The colours in fireworks stem from a wide variety of metal compounds – particularly metal salts. ‘Salt’ as a word conjures up images of the normal table salt you probably use every day; whilst this is one type of salt (sodium chloride), in chemistry ‘salt’ refers to any compound that contains metal more

Developing Advanced Lithium Ion Batteries

Today’s graphic takes a look at the research of Kent Griffith (@kentjgriffith), a PhD student from the University of Cambridge who’s currently looking into developing advanced lithium ion batteries to power our phones, laptops, and more. more

The Chemistry of Cocktail Spherification

Here’s the second in the series of graphics I’ve produced for my Pint of Science event at La Raza Cambridge (UK) in a few weeks’ time. Today’s graphic looks at how chemistry can help to make caviar and spheres in cocktails, and the chemical agents used to do it. more

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Salt

Salt , which some use to prevent caking , China Salt is a dietary mineral essential for animal life, composed primarily of sodium chloride . Salt for human consumption is produced in different forms: unrefined salt (such as sea salt ), refin ... more

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