labware Articles

  • Platinum Labware and It`s applications

    The Platinum is a metal extremely resistant to corrosion, high temperatures and attacks of acids. It's high resistance allows platinum and it's alloys to offer to the industry area a wide range of applications. It's used in the chemical, electrics, textile, glass, oil and mining industries, besides having it's alloys used in the manufacturing of cirurgic, optic and jewelry ...


    By Oregon Labware

  • News on Air 2013, Volume 4: Labware and Reagents

    Welcome to volume 4 of our News on Air bulletin. This edition focusses on some of the labware and reagents that are used in this challenging area of analysis. Success in air monitoring quantitation requires that all the equipment and reagents used are inherently low in background concentrations, to prevent false positives. Commonly used materials may include: Filters, membranes, and ...


    By Sigma-Aldrich Co., LLC

  • Titanium as an indicator of residual soil on arid-land plants

    Titanium (Ti) has been suggested as a soil contamination indicator for plant samples slated for trace element analysis because it is abundant in soil but not in plants. Based on results from our survey of regional soils and plants for cesium (Cs), we sought to confirm Ti as a valid soil contamination indicator reasoning that there are three sources of Ti associated with plant samples: (i) ...

  • Borosilicate Glass: A brief history

    From the laboratory standpoint, there are three main tyeps of glass used today; borosilicate, quartz and soda lime or flint glass. What is borosilicate glass, how is it different from other glasses, and why is it used so widely in laboratory research?  The formation of glass and glass products goes back to the beginnings of recorded history. The invention of borosilicate glass is usually ...


    By Ace Glass, Inc.

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