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Safety benefits of automated substance handling
This application note explains how the XPR Automatic Balance can significantly reduce exposure risk during automated powder and liquid dispensing.
A quick and easy way to prepare accurate reference standards for HPLC and other chromatographic analytical methods
The method presented enables using less substance and solvent, ultimately significantly saving time and money
Start Your Workflow Optimization Now
Find valuable tips and tricks on how to optimize your weighing workflows in the new weighing guide
The guide explores six common lab workflows in the chemical industry where weighing plays an integral role.
Identification of inefficiencies and specific bottlenecks in weighing is key to optimize laboratory processes and performance.
Sample Preparation Streamlined
Sample preparation workflows contain at least 60% of potential error sources that lead to Out-of-Specification (OOS) results
The benefits of gravimetric sample preparation compared to traditional volumetric methods
Over 50% of out-of-specification (OOS) results in analytical workflows are reportedly caused by sample processing and operator errors
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