Laboratory Glassware Articles

  • New life for the artificial leaf?

    Research in laboratories around the world is moving the promise of artificial photosynthesis closer to reality Sandwiched between rows of bottled chemicals and racks of drying glassware on the third floor of Harvard University’s Mallinckrodt laboratory, four thumbnail-size bits of pinstriped silicon hang from a thin ...


    By Ensia

  • Glasswashers – what are the choices?

    Camlab have many years of experience in providing the right glasswashers and disinfectors for your application. Sometimes it’s difficult to know what you need to purchase, the ...


    By Camlab Limited

  • Nitrogen analysis of pharmaceutical excipients

    Customer: Butterworth Laboratories, United Kingdom Wilh nearly 40 years' experience, Butterworth Laboratories remains an independent UK con¬tract analytical service providing Method Development, Method Validation, Stability Testing and OC Testing to the pharmaceutical, medical device and chemical industries. They work in part¬nership with clients who not only recognize expertise ...


    By BÜCHI Labortechnik AG

  • Preventing scale in recreational vehicles and motorhomes

    Over 80% of North America is affected by hard water, which is a major problem for the owners of RVs and Motorhomes.  Consequently, whatever State you are visiting in your RV, or if you have a motorhome permanently located in a hard water area, limescale will clog pipes, ruin appliances, destroy faucets and cloud glassware. The award-winning, patented, Scalewatcher water-conditioner, from ...

  • 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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