Processes and instruments used to prepare and analyze wet chemical samples in a laboratory.

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Autosamplers (148 suppliers)

Autosamplers are automated sample loaders, usually robotic, used with chromatography and other analytical technologies.
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Capillary electrophoresis (CE) is a family of related separation techniques that use narrow-bore fused-silica capillaries to separate a complex array of large and small molecules.
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Desiccators (47 suppliers)

Desiccators are enclosures used for preserving moisture-sensitive items.
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Digesters (54 suppliers)

Digesters are used to break samples down into their basic constituents for further analysis.
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Diluters (32 suppliers)

Diluters are used to dilute samples to standard concentration ratios.
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Gas Chromatographs (140 suppliers)

Gas chromatographs separate organic chemical mixtures according to physical properties.
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GC Columns (76 suppliers)

Gas chromatography columns (GC columns) are of two types: packed and capillary. Solutes to be measured travel through the column at a rate primarily determined by their physical properties, and the temperature and composition of the column.
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GC Detectors (40 suppliers)

Gas chromatography detectors (GC detectors) identify solutes as they exit the chromatographic column. A chromatogram is generated plotting the signal versus time.
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Gel electrophoresis equipment, instruments and supplies are used to separate macromolecules, either nucleic acids or proteins, on the basis of size, electric charge, and other physical properties.
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High performance liquid chromatographs (HPLC) use a liquid mobile phase to separate the components of a mixture. The components are dissolved in a solvent and forced to flow through a chromatographic column under high pressure.
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HPLC Columns (157 suppliers)

High performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) columns use a liquid mobile phase to separate the components of a mixture.
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HPLC Detectors (55 suppliers)

High performance liquid chromatograph (HPLC) detectors pass a beam of light through a column effluent as the fluid passes through a low-volume flow cell. Variations in light intensity are recorded and a chromatograph is generated.
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Laboratory Balances (253 suppliers)

Laboratory balances are used to measure an object’s mass to a very high degree of precision.
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Laboratory Centrifuges (230 suppliers)

Laboratory centrifuges are used to separate particles from a solution according to their size, shape, density, and viscosity of the medium and rotor speed.
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Laboratory Degassers (40 suppliers)

Laboratory degassers are used to filter or remove gases from solvents and samples.
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Laboratory Dispensers (190 suppliers)

Dispensers feed measured amounts of materials, either manually or automatically. The most common types of dispensers are bottle top and burette.
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Laboratory Filters (165 suppliers)

Laboratory filters are used to remove particulates from samples in laboratory-scale applications. They consist of a filter medium and housing or holder that constrains and supports the filter media in the sample’s path.
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Laboratory freeze dryers preserve samples by freezing the material and then allowing sublimation to occur. This water-removal process is also known as lyophilization.
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Laboratory homogenizers are high-speed, high-shear mixers that reduce samples to uniformed-sized molecules through maceration, cutting, and blending. They are used to process liquids, slurries, or granular substances.
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Laboratory Mixers (351 suppliers)

Laboratory mixers are used to mix, emulsify, homogenize, disintegrate and dissolve samples.
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Laboratory Reactors (152 suppliers)

Laboratory reactors are used to grow cells and contain reactions. They are designed for small-scale experiments in fields such as kinetics and yield studies. This product area includes shake flasks, small bioreactors, and other products that can be used to complete a preliminary economic evaluation.
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Laboratory Shakers (185 suppliers)

Laboratory shakers and rotators are used to blend or agitate samples within flasks or tubes.
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Pipettes and Tips (274 suppliers)

Pipettes and tips are used to deliver a known quantity of solution to a vessel. They are either of the classical style (glass) or digital.
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Sample Dryers (107 suppliers)

Sample dryers are used to remove liquids from a sample through techniques such as freeze drying, spray drying, and evaporation.
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Solid phase extraction (SPE) cartridges and disks are used to clean up a sample before using a chromatographic or other analytical method to quantify the amount of analyte(s) in the sample.
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Sonicators (10 suppliers)

Sonicators apply sound energy, (usually ultrasound) to agitate particles from a sample for multiple purposes. Other names for Sonicators are Ultrasonic Processors, Ultrasonic Sonicators, Cell Disrupter, Ultrasonic Homogenizer, Sonifier.
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Supercritical Fluid Extraction Systems use carbon dioxide or water in a supercritical fluid state to dissolve and extract materials.
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Syringes and Needles (199 suppliers)

Syringes utilize a cylinder and plunger for precise delivery of liquids or gases in analytical, medical, pharmaceutical or biotechnology applications. Many times needles are included with the syringe.
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Titration instruments are used to determine the concentration of dissolved substances. Titration is based on a complete chemical reaction between the specific substance, the analyte, and a reagent or titrant of known concentration that is added to the sample.
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Vacuum chambers and components are specialized vessels that can maintain a high vacuum process environment for manufacturing thin films, microelectronics, optics and materials. 
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