Scientific Instruments

Posted on January 19, 2009. Filed under: AIMIL India, scientific instruments | Tags: , , , |

Guys, I must say, laboratory techniques for the separation of mixtures is indeed a challenging job! As a laboratory technician involved in chromatograph jobs, I and my associates make use of varied scientific instruments like gas chromatographs and other scientific research instrument. I am new to this field, my job hardly completing six months. I am so excited to work with the chromatographic products to draw scientific conclusions that I am not able to stop myself from jotting down a few lines on the researches as well as on the scientific instruments used in the process.

Our job is meaningless without the use of chromatographic products. Separating components of a mixture for further use, measuring the relative proportions of substances in a mixture, measuring molecules in a mixture, isolating it and many more such experiments are the regular tasks that are executed using chromatographic products. Where the mobile phase is a gas, the separation procedure is done using gas chromatographs. In this case, we consider a solid stationary phase as well as a mobile gas for determining gas chromatography. We have seen that quality gas chromatographs should be used to get precise measurements.

One word of caution! Always ensure use of scientific instruments or other scientific research instrument that are of good quality, otherwise your measurement results may vary. Your gas chromatographs may stop in between when you actually need the results badly. You can go for scientific instruments supplied by Aimil. We use chromatographic products supplied by other companies, but Aimil is the best.

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