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Why waste money on nitrogen for Circular Dichroism?
Why the use of nitrogen for optic flushing is not always necessary for Circular dichroism measurements. So, when & why is it necessary?
Which scanning probe electrochemistry technique?
The scanning probe electrochemistry techniques on the M470 are compared.
Stopped-Flow & Deadtime: Everything you need to know
Everything you need to know about dead time: definition, importance, calculation…and more
Independent stepping motors: 5 reasons why they make sense…
Five reasons why independent stepping motors result in unrivalled quality for stopped flow experiments
What are stopped-flows and how do they help chemists and biochemists understand high-speed chemical reactions?
A global overview detailing the purpose, functionality and design of stopped flows - important instruments used in rapid kinetics experimentation
Which stopped-flow for my lab?
A short guide to help you pick the right Biologic stopped-flow model to suit your needs.
Sub-10 ms stopped-flow in the mid-IR
Obtain very fast reaction speeds by combining stopped flow with dual comb spectrometers.
Carbon nanotubes & water purification. Exciting new opportunities
Access to clean water is a major global problem and a key health concern worldwide. This article concerns research using carbon nanotubes as part of the desalination process.
Which quench flow for my lab?
There are three ageing methods and three models of quench flow instrument. So, which one is right for me?
Water channel efficiency & stopped flow
Stopped-flow are the only instruments able to quantify the efficiency of aquaporin channels by measuring water permeability following an osmotic shock.
The enhancement of m-ATPase activity during resistance training and consequent performance gain
Describes how resistance training in rats increased myofibrillar ATPase activity in the different muscles involved during the climbing activities
Understanding the signaling pathways and molecular components of sperm using stopped-flow
Professors Kaupp and Strünker report a 16µl consumption but the volume per experiment has been reduced to 3µl in other applications.
Stopped-flow down to -90°C
By coupling the SFM-series to a cryostat, the operating temperature limit can be decreased to -90°C allowing the chemical reaction to slow down more than 3000 times.