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Proper Handling of Laboratory Balances and Samples

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Weighing can be critical in research, but the results can be altered by physical effects and ambient conditions at the installation site or sample properties such as the evaporation of liquids or static electricity of the sample. In order to perform accurate weighing and avoid misinterpretation of weighing results, it is necessary to know about possible disturbance variables and how to control them.

Download this whitepaper to discover solutions for minimizing disturbance variables including:

• Recommendations for the ideal location of balances

 • How to handle extraneous factors such as draughts and air humidity
• Keeping up with calibration and adjustments