Prevent water contamination derailing your experiments

Supplied by Metrohm Australia & New Zealand on Thursday, 16 July, 2020


Water is a remarkable molecule. As a solvent, it can solubilise many polar substances, dissolve gases and stabilize colloidal particles. Unfortunately, these abilities make water prone to accumulate impurities of various types, which can impact lab analyses at huge cost to all involved.

Discover how to avoid lab water contamination. Learn about what you are up against, what to look for, and how to minimise risks in your area of work.


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