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  • Advantages of In-House Generation of Nitrogen for HPLC With Evaporative Light Scattering Detection (.pdf)
    . The nebulization step requires a supply of. clean dry nitrogen from 98 to 99% purity that. is regulated from 65 to 80 psig. In many labo-. ratories, the nitrogen is provided by the evap-. oration of liquid nitrogen from a high-pressure. Figure 2. Operation of hollow fiber membrane (courtesy of Parker
  • Advantages of In-House Generation Generation of Nitrogen for HPLC With Evaporative Light Scattering Detection (.pdf)
    . The nebulization step requires a supply of. clean dry nitrogen from 98 to 99% purity that. is regulated from 65 to 80 psig. In many labo-. ratories, the nitrogen is provided by the evap-. oration of liquid nitrogen from a high-pressure. Figure 2. Operation of hollow fiber membrane (courtesy of Parker
  • Medical Device Link .
    of California, San Diego (UCSD), Dobak was assigned to "work detail " in a dermatology clinic where he spent his days freezing patients' warts with dabs of liquid nitrogen. "I spilled all of the liquid nitrogen we had for the day, " he relates. "They were annoyed with me so they told me to remove
  • Supplying High-Purity Gases: Making a Case for In-House Gas Generators (.pdf)
    Selecting the most effective source for high-purity gases is a critical issue for laboratory managers. Zero air and hydrogen are used for gas chromatography with flame ionization detection (GC-FID), and nitrogen is used for high-performance liquid chromatography or gas chromatography with mass
  • Supplying High Purity Gases (.pdf)
    Selecting the most effective source for high purity gases is a critical issue for laboratory managers. Zero Air and hydrogen are used for gas chromatography with flame ionization detection (GC-FID), and nitrogen is used for high performance liquid chromatography or gas chromatography with mass
  • Realizing Chillers' Capabilities in Laboratories (.pdf)
    Liquid temperature control is a critical component in laboratories. Before the advent of chillers, scientists typically used tap water, dry ice and liquid nitrogen for temperature control and to cool analytical instrumentation and condensers. But, with the rising cost of tap water, regional
  • Case Study: Filtration Systems Help Meat Packer Maintain High Quality
    Cartridges. Gas Analyzer &. Gas Sample Filters. Compressed Air Filters. Filters for Food. Applications. Filters for Hospital. Applications. Liquid Filters. Membrane Filters. Compressed Gas &. Natural Gas Filters. Air Preparation Filters. Vacuum Pump Exhaust. and Inlet Filters. Filters for the Laboratory
  • Reduce Cycle Time in Gas Assist Injection Molding by 20-50% with a New CO2 Process
    or reduced warping). necessitating the use of higher purity nitrogen from a liquid storage. • Less clogging of gas piping by plastic residues, compared to nitrogen. tank. Like nitrogen, pure CO2 is inert to these oxidation reactions at the. resulting in less maintenance and downtime (see “Pure Gas

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