How to Optimize the Quality of your Lab’s Water
List Jan 31, 2018 | Louise Conlin, Editor, Technology Networks
The purity of lab water is critical to ensuring the success of your experiments. Simply having an excellent water purification system does not guarantee that contaminant-free water enters your sample vessel.
Water is an excellent solvent for most substances, however, it is this reactivity that makes it susceptible to contamination. Resulting in compromised experimental results, contaminated reagents or damaged equipment. All of which means wasted samples, experimental write-offs, and questions about the validity of your results.
With this free guide you will learn:
- How to minimize contamination
- The importance of your water’s environment and location
- How to ensure that your water is fit for purpose
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