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How to Achieve More Accurate Titrations

By Emma Foster on Tue 18 January 2022

Titration is a well-known method of determining the presence of an analyte in a sample. The techniques have remained in use due to their simplicity and general correctness. But don't be fooled: when it comes to tactics and practices, there's always space for growth.

5 Tips to Prevent Costly Mistakes with Your Water Quality Sonde

By Emma Foster on Mon 17 January 2022 in Home

Do you have an issue with your water quality sonde? Here are some tips on how you can prevent costly mistakes using your water quality sonde.

Use of Texture Analyzer on Pharmaceutical Products

By Emma Foster on Tue 21 December 2021 in Home

Consumers judge pharmaceutical products to some extent on how the item feels to the touch. This property can be described by the term “Texture” which is a mix of related, multi-dimensional attributes. Find out how a texture analyzer can be used for these pharmaceutical products.

Viscosity Testing: Do I Know Enough?

By Emma Foster on Wed 17 November 2021

We receive queries daily from customers who believe that their viscosity reading is incorrect. Here, we have given some tools needed when measuring viscosity and spoke about the viscometer training we can offer at Lab Unlimited.

Alicat EtherCAT Protocol FAQ

By Emma Foster on Fri 29 October 2021

Alicat EtherCAT Protocol FAQ: Technical Update for EtherCAT on Alicat.

Alicat EtherCAT Protocol

By Emma Foster on Fri 29 October 2021

The line of mass flow, pressure, and liquid instruments from Alicat Scientific can be ordered now using the EtherCAT protocol.

Cell Culture Media – Supplementation of Media and Media Handling

By Emma Foster on Fri 29 October 2021

A guide to supplementation of cell culture media and media handling

Cell Culture - Eye Examinations

By Emma Foster on Fri 29 October 2021

The general health of any culture needs to be examined before an eye examination in cell cultures. Follow these observations to examine cell cultures quickly and accurately.

Mycoplasma Contamination

By Emma Foster on Fri 29 October 2021

Mycoplasma are prokaryotic cellular organisms and the smallest cells capable of autonomous growth. How does a mycoplasma infection occur?

Cell Freezing Techniques

By Emma Foster on Fri 29 October 2021

In cell culture techniques, cells or tissues are removed from the organism (animal or plant) and introduced into an artificial environment with ideal conditions for growth. This procedure helps scientists and researchers to study and understand more about the cells.

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