• Rethinking Ultrapure Water

    Rethinking Ultrapure Water

    When selecting an ultrapure water system, beyond the assurance that product water is contaminant-free and meets the output and regulatory demands of the laboratory, scientists are interested in a variety of more thoughtful design features. Read More
  • Price vs Performance

    Price vs Performance

    Getting the most equipment bang from your research bucks. Read More
  • Compact HPLC Systems for the Analysis of Pesticides, Dyes and Drugs

    Compact HPLC Systems for the Analysis of Pesticides, Dyes and Drugs

    Despite advances in stationary phase chemistry, liquid chromatography instrumentation and particle miniaturization, the development of a portable LC system has remained elusive because of the difficulty of downscaling hardware and reducing solvent consumption. Read More
  • Bringing Raman Spectroscopy to the Undergraduate Laboratory

    Bringing Raman Spectroscopy to the Undergraduate Laboratory

    Most undergraduate chemistry departments do not have Raman spectroscopy instruments in their instructional laboratories. Cost is a primary reason—a Raman spectrometer is typically in the $100,000 range. The fragility of research Raman instruments is another factor, i.e., they were not designed for the rigors of a hands-on teaching environment and often require frequent calibration and component ... Read More
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