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How To Make Effective Use Of Your Most Fundamental Reagent

Water: the essence of the lab

ELGA

As anyone that has spent any length of time working in a lab will know, scientists make use of water in a plethora of processes throughout the day, from HPLC and cell culture through to buffer preparation and wiping down the bench. As such, they go through a lot of it. What’s especially interesting is how little scientists actually know about this essential lab reagent.

When you consider that approximately 70 percent of HPLC performance problems are thought to be directly attributable to water quality and water impurities that can affect most enzymatic reactions that you rely upon in molecular biology, you quickly begin to realize that water purity is something that we should be paying more attention to.

Download this eBook now to learn how to make sure your water supply delivers the performance you need to produce results, courtesy of ELGA.