Calibrating Temperature Instruments By Beamex
The most commonly and most frequently measurable variable in industry is temperature. Temperature greatly influences many physical features of matter, and its influence on e.g. quality, energy consumption and environmental emission is significant. Temperature, being a state of equilibrium, makes it different from other quantities. A temperature measurement consists of several time constants and it is crucial to wait until thermal equilibrium is reached before measuring.
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Application Note: Innovative Tools For Microsample Quantitation
Molecular techniques are continuously being developed
that require ever smaller amounts of material for analysis.
Quantifying biomolecules of interest such as DNA,
RNA, and proteins requires an efficient measurement
method with minimal consumption of sample.
Article: Controls For Photometric Tests — Implications For Low Capacity Test Systems
Instrumentation for photometric endotoxin tests must have a capacity for at least 12 samples in order to meet the requirements of the
pharmacopeial endotoxins test chapters. Small test systems with a low capacity, including those that rely on archived curves, cannot
accommodate the controls specified in the pharmacopeia or guidance documents.
White Paper: Improved Quality Control For Biorepositories Using Microvolume Technology
Fisher BioServices, experts in cold chain logistics and repository
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supporting all sectors of the life sciences industry including:
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