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Monthly Archives: May 2008

29 May

Because of the critical nature of laboratory work, safety cabinets are designed and manufactured to meet the specific needs of the workplace. One of the leading causes of industrial fires is the improper storage and handling of flammable liquids. To … Continue reading

27 May

We don’t realize how unique water is. For instance, it is one of the very few substances which floats on freezing. The structure of water molecules make this possible. There are weak interactions between individual water molecules which give water … Continue reading

26 May

Conductivity is the quality or power of conducting or transmitting: as the reciprocal of electrical resistivity: the quality of living matter is responsible for the transmission of and progressive reaction to stimuli. Electricity has existed as lightning in the skies … Continue reading

13 May

It will not surprise anyone at that chromatography was first invented by a Russian. He was separating plant pigments, which is why separation methods are called “Chromo” tography. Imagine a group of people are going out on the town. … Continue reading