The aim within the laboratory should be to achieve the best separation in the shortest time period. The most commonly used gases as carrier gas for GC are nitrogen, hydrogen and helium.
Optimising laboratory environment for successful IVF outcomes with Geotech’s G100
The accuracy of incubator gases within an IVF laboratory plays a major role in success of IVF programs in any fertility clinic today. Given the crucial role that the incubator plays in the IVF process, the conditions within the incubator in an IVF laboratory must be optimal at all times to increase the likelihood of a successful assisted reproductive treatment. Geotech’s G100 portable CO2 analyser has been specifically designed to ensure optimum conditions are met within an incubator for high quality...
The Path to Safety for Pharmaceutical and Laboratories: Why O2 Deficiency Monitors May be Required?
To safeguard against gas leaks in pharmaceutical industries and laboratories, businesses are turning to oxygen deficiency monitors. Learn when, where, and why an oxygen monitor or O2monitor may be required. Oxygen Monitors in Medical and Pharmaceutical Settings In the hospital setting, nitrogen gas is widely used. During surgeries, nitrogen powers equipment and preserves blood and tissues. Nitrogen gas is alsoused to freeze and destroy tissue. Hospitals work withother gases, such as carbon monoxide, for lung...
Multipass Gas Cell: Looking Back and Looking Forward
Multipass gas cells were bulky laboratory tools half a century ago. Improvements in lasers, photonics, and computing have made them more compact and powerful instruments invaluable for missions from exploring Mars to checking for traces of narcotics and for environmental protection.
Gas Detection and Monitoring Systems
In greenhouse applications, the accurate measurement of a number of environmental parameters such as carbon dioxide concentration, temperature, light intensity, water, humidity, pH and nutrient levels using sophisticated sensors is used to create a controlled environment for optimising plant growth rates while minimising energy usage. Carbon dioxide concentration is also one of the best indicators of air quality in offices, schools and other inhabited buildings since it is produced by the people occupying the...
Explaining vehicle emissions – why do laboratory and road measurements differ?
The road transport sector is a major contributor to Europe’s emissions of greenhouse gases and air pollution. For certain pollutants, vehicles can emit substantially higher emissions on the road than official emissions tested in laboratories. A report released today by the European Environment Agency (EEA) provides a non-technical guide that describes the reasons for these often significant discrepancies. Despite improvements in vehicle efficiencies over past decades, EEA reports show that the road transport...