Measurement provides topographic information of the solid samples.
It is the equipment used for the quick evaporation and concentration of solutions.
To measure how much a chemical substance absorbs light across the ultraviolet and visible ranges of the electromagnetic spectrum.
To measure the cross calorific value of the samples.
To explain the physical adsorption of gas molecules on a solid surface. It is used for the analysis of Surface area, pore volume and pore size distribution of solid samples using nitrogen adsorption technique at liquid nitrogen temperature.
To determine the angle through which plane-polarized light has been rotated by a given optically active sample.
Reactor which generates high-pressure hydrogen with the electrolysis of water, performs catalytic hydrogenation in 100 bar and 100-degree celsius in minutes.
Ultra-low temperature freezers (ULT) are used by laboratories for storing drugs, enzymes, biological materials, tissue samples etc. Operating within the -50°C to -80°C range
It is a device able to measure the viscosity, which is the capacity of a product to resist to the flow.
It is the main tool used in electrochemical and electroanalytical experiments and provides several techniques such as Cylic Voltammetry, Linear Sweep Voltammetry, Square Voltammetry, Chronoamperometry etc.