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Burette is an essential laboratory instrument, commonly used in the titration process for quantitative analysis in many industrial chemical tests where solutions of known concentration are used to find the concentration of unknown solutions. To know more about the features, components and various types of Burettes, read below.
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Using current methods of micropipette re-calibration, extensive time and effort is required to re-calibrate—particularly when the difference between the current volume setting and a desired volume setting is large (as measured by dispensing liquid into a container being weighed by an analytical balance). For example, in the case of known micropipettes:
Most calibration procedures rely on hit-and-trial methods and matching markers on a pipette to a chart in an instructional manual, which is time consuming and frustrating. Some calibration procedures require disassembly of certain pipette components which makes the procedure complex and time-consuming. The time-consuming and complex nature of current pipette calibration mechanisms forces users to send pipettes for expensive and time-consuming re-calibration at third-party facilities even for minor adjustments. To know more, read our blog.Read our Blog
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