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Pipetman,Pipetman Calibration,Gilson Pipettes,Liquid Handling

11th April 2011
The use of pipettes is a labour intensive and highly monotonous task that most laboratory workers will find tedious. Manual pipetting is also unreliable in terms of the amount of liquids delivered and it can prove costly and may be prone to errors in the ... Read >
Author: Henry James

Paper and board Determination of capillary liquid absorption height method (Ke Liemu France) - capil

17th June 2010
Paper and board-Determination of capillary rise-Klemm method The standard reference used ISO8787 "Paper and board?? Capillary liquid absorption height determination?? Kelie Mu Law." 1 Subject Matter and Scope This standard specifies method using Keli... Read >
Author: xiaohe5096

Aion Kina Secret Guide -- Obtaining Aion Kinah with Alchemy

08th January 2010
Are you an enthusiast of MMORG? If so, you will know that one of the first professions that appears in any MMO is Alchemy. This profession is the only profession that most guilds look for when they start putting together their end game needs. In Aion, the... Read >
Author: sophiahere

Seven Secrets Salt Water Pool Sellers Don't Want You To Know

14th October 2009
SECRET #1 Salt water systems corrode the pool equipment. The Facts - The salt itself has issues of attacking the cement in the plaster and deck materials. This is a relatively slow process when the salt levels are low. The salt also can kill any landsc... Read >
Author: Larry Couture

Methyl Vinyl Ketone Properties, Synthesis and Important Safety Details

15th September 2009
Methyl vinyl ketone is a widely used organic compound classified as an enone (i.e., an alkene and a ketone). This enone characteristic allows it to undergo a wide variety of chemical reactions, a lot centered around the fact that it can act as a Michael a... Read >
Author: Jim Turner

Various Properties, Uses, And Effects of Nitric Acid

07th May 2009
Short Historical BackgroundNitric acid is a highly corrosive and toxic strong acid and its other terms include aqua fortis and spirit of nitre. The acid was first described as obtained by calcining or heating to a high temperature a mixture of nitre, alum... Read >
Author: joalesto
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