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A 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.
The Electronic Burette or E-Burette has an electronic display, electronic control panel and motor-controlled piston movements that eliminate all problems of the digital burette which dispenses manually. The accuracy of an electronic burette is higher than a digital burette due to motor controlled dispensing. This motorized system eliminates human errors in the titration/dispensing process, making the titration more precise.
One way that pharmaceutical companies are trying to de-carbonise is through developing low carbon inhalers. Most emissions from inhalers come from the propellant in metered-dose inhalers, rather than the gas itself.Read More
The idea behind using face masks during the pandemic stems from prior research showing that face masks can play an important role in helping slow the transmission and spread of a virus. In fact, many of the mitigation techniques recommended during the pandemic, including wearing face masks, led to lower rates of flu and influenza during the pandemic.
For over 100 years, researchers have been working to decipher the atomic structures of molecules and materials and make them available for further processing in the form of drugs, agrochemicals, catalysts, batteries, and any kind of novel materials. Electron diffraction results when electrons interact with crystalline materials.Read More
Handling laboratory pipettes can be intimidating at first, but with a little practice, you’ll be able to handle them with ease. The key is to ensure your micropipettes are clean, operated correctly and then stored appropriately. Other important tips are mentioned in this blog which will help you get more efficient and accurate results in your Lab. As the laboratory’s demand for accuracy and precision grows, so does the importance of understanding and developing an optimal pipetting technique.Read our Blog
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