Risks in a lab

Hazards in the Lab

How to Recognize and Avoid Them Working in a laboratory involves risks and dangers through a variety of hazardous substances or situations. The types of danger can be divided into four classes: chemical hazards, electrical hazards, biological hazards and physical hazards. To be prepared for the dangers and be able to prevent them, you must first…

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Spectrophotemtry Applications and Fundamentals

Spectrophotemtry Applications and Fundamentals

The UV/VIS Spectrophotometry guide provides you with fundamental knowledge on this technique as well as spectrophotometry applications, and tips and tricks for accurate and precise results in daily use. Beside chemical analysis, the characterization of pure as well as mixtures of substances is achieved with physical methods. Among other techniques, such as the determination of…

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Overview: Chemical Hazard Symbols

Chemicals hazard symbols are not only found in the lab, they can also be found on some home products. Therefore it is necessary to know the meaning of each symbol. Some chemical hazard symbols are self-explanatory, some are not. The following overview covers common European hazard symbols and explains the dangers that they warn of.

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Titration Is A Widely Used Quantitative Analytical Technique

Basics of Titration

A Widely Used Quantitative Analytical Technique This guide focuses on giving you a clear introduction of titration. It will provide you with the basic knowledge that is needed to understand what titration is, including its different types and the evaluation principles. Special attention is given to supply all the necessary information needed to perform titration…

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Essential Laboratory Measurement Techniques Guide

Essential Laboratory Measurement Techniques Guide

The “Essential Measurement Techniques” Guide supports lab operators to recognize and avoid potential error sources and ultimately increase laboratory efficiency. Experience shows that modern, well-developed balances and analytical instruments do the most to promote ease of use, operational safety and accurate results. However, even with state-of-the-art solutions, practical know-how is still required for users to…

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