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10. pH Buffer Solutions

Reagecon manufactures the most comprehensive range of pH Buffer Solutions available to the marketplace, which have been designed to suit all requirements. All are manufactured to exacting specifications with an extended shelf life and cover the pH range of pH 1.00 to pH 13.00 inclusive. All are supplied with a detailed  Certificate of Analysis which outlines traceability to N.I.S.T (the N.I.S.T SRM(s) Lot No. is stated on the certificate).

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12. Clinical and Life Sciences Catalogue

Reagecon's Clinical and Life Sciences Catalogue includes a detailed range of products for both the Clinical Laboratory and Mortuary Marketplace. The products within this offering cover a variety of areas such as Cellular Pathology, instruments and consumables for a...

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13. Pharmaceutical Standards and Reagents

The testing and analysis of medicines for human and animal use, is one of the most important segments within the science of analytical chemistry. The equipment and technology being used is growing in sophistication and sensitivity. Similarly, the demand on analysts,...

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A Guide to Method Validation

Introduction Virtually every aspect of society is supported in some way by analytical measurement. There are innumerable reasons for making these measurements, for example: in-process and final inspection or ‘quality control’ of manufactured products; supporting...

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Analytical Volumetric Solutions, Titrants and Indicators

This short video provides viewers with an overview and short summary of Analytical Volumetric Solutions, Titrants and Indicators.

The principle of all titrimetry involves the determination of the quantity of the reagent of known concentration the (titrant), that is required to react completely with an unknown analyte. Volumetric titrimetry involves measuring the volume of the solution of known concentration the (titrant) consumed, gravimetric titrimetry measures the mass of the reagent consumed and coulometric titration measures a direct electrical current of known magnitude that consumes the analyte. In coulmetry, the time it takes to complete the electrochemical reaction, is the measurement.

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Atomic Absorption Standards

This short video provides viewers with an overview and short summary of Atomic Absorption Standards.

There are two main types of Atomic Absorption Spectrometry, Flame Atomic Absorption Spectrometry and Graphite Furnace Atomic Absorption Spectrometry. There are advantages both technical and commercial, attributable to each one.

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