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July 3, 2012



Concerning The Cloud

While cloud computing is merely a metaphor to signify the abstraction of technology, resources and locations, the possibility of your laboratory missing out on the biggest technological leap ever is real.

There has been a lot of hype over the last few years concerning the cloud. In the consulting world, it was interesting to watch how clients would respond with awe to cloud-speak (discussions centered around cloud technology).

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 Featured Product


The new Eppendorf refrigerated centrifuge 5424 R sets the new lab standard with established ergonomics, outstanding quality, and superior temperature control! The 24 place centrifuge 5424 R can spin up to 21,130 x g and can accurately cool to set temperatures from -10°C to 40°C. The FastTemp function allows for super fast 8 minute pre-cooling to 4°C! This refrigerated microcentrifuge includes a condensation drain to eliminate water accumulation and to prevent corrosion. Centrifuge 5424 R also has incredible versatility with 4 different rotor options! Options include the unique Kit rotor, which is designed with an extended rim to support tube caps when using MiniPrep spin column kits.

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 Featured Question and Discussions

Plenty of discussions are happening on LabWrench all the time. We have many questions come in daily from users that are seeking advice from fellow users and lab professionals. Can you help any of these users find the answers they are looking for?

What would be inflow speed (fpm) for #1186? If inflow is too high, can we just the damper to lower the flow?
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Agilent Technologies 1200 Series Binary LC
Binary Pump off line and is not communicating with 35900.
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Scinco S3100 software
Trying to get a Scinco (Korean) S3100 UV/Vis DAD spectrophotometer operational. Anyone use a Scinco instrument?
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PerkinElmer TotalChrom
Im using Totalchrom worstation method 504.1, I'm running a 0.2 ppb standard but instead of my usual peaks I'm getting bigger peaks at 0.9 ppb, also the signal is at 17.89mV. What is going on, and how do I fix this.
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 Featured App

Agilent Technologies GC Calculator

Calculate the possibilities! Fast and easy GC pressure and flow calculations at your fingertips.

This portable version of the GC pressure/flow calculator can be used to instantly and accurately determine pressures and flows through open tubular capillary columns. The GC Calculator is a fast and simple way to:

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Waters Part Selector

A suite of easy to use product finders for Waters consumables in a convenient selector format. This version now features an Interactive Selectivity Chart to help streamline your column selection process.

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 Featured News

Digital Water Baths Control Temperature with ±0.2°C Uniformity
A line of general purpose water baths designed to provide exceptional temperature control in a wide variety of clinical and laboratory applications is available from PolyScience. Equipped with sensitive microprocessor-based PID controllers, these versatile water baths maintain bath temperatures from ambient +5° to 100°C with ±0.1° precision and ±0.2°C uniformity.
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Wako Automation Announces New Automated High Content Imaging Platform
The new Cell Voyager CV7000 system is the latest version of the Cell Voyager systems with simultaneous three (3) color imaging and an incubated stage (temperature, humidity and CO2 controlled). The new larger sCMOS cameras provide four times (4X) the image area of typical EMCCD cameras, enabling imaging of a 384-well plate in four (4) minutes with a 50ms exposure time.
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First NETZSCH App now available! Thermal Properties of Polymers at a Glance!
This App offers all the important characteristics of polymer materials and even more than that. In order to facilitate your work the “Thermal Properties of Polymers App” allows you to quickly filter amongst the following polymer categories...
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LECO Corporation to Host Webinar on TOFMS Analysis in Environmental Forensic Investigations
Presented by Dr. Frank Dorman of Penn State University, this live, 45-minute e-seminar will discuss how complex environmental forensics method development and sample analysis using GC-TOFMS and GCxGC-TOFMS can be utilized to identify the source of environmental contamination in gas well drilling.
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 Featured Blog

Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy in the Modern Lab

Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy, or AAS, is an analytical technique used for determining the concentration of a metallic element within a particular sample. In general, this technique works by measuring the amount of ultraviolent light that is absorbed when a sample containing a particular metallic element is burnt. From environmental analysis, to forensics, to food analysis, the wide variety of applications for AAS makes it one of the most used techniques in the lab today.

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