Often used in both chemistry and biology labs, laboratory stirrers or mixers are typically very robust pieces of equipment, however, like so many other pieces of laboratory equipment, there are a number of makes and models to choose from. Make sure you take the follow questions into consideration when purchasing a lab stirrer or lab mixer.
Researchers believe they’ve officially found the Earth’s “soft heart” after a long-anticipated seismic wave “has provided insight into the nature of the Earth’s inner core,” according to IFLScience.com.
A wide range of laboratories rely on spectrophotometers to determine the concentration of a solution sample by measuring the light absorbed, or transmitted, as it passes through said sample. The range of specifications and cost of ownership are extensive, so before investing in a new or used spectrophotometer, consider asking yourself the following questions:
Imagine discovering you had a twin, only this twin is on a completely different continent. Now imagine you’re a giant rock formation and one of the United States’ beloved landmarks. That’s right - the Grand Canyon has a twin, only this rock formation is located over 8,000 miles away from Arizona in Tasmania, Australia.