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Where Are Your Limits? With Berghof High-Pressure Reactors More Flexibility in Synthesis

The modular design and flexible configuration options of Berghof highpreactor are a convincing response to the requirements of modern synthesis laboratories more

Flexible control of up to eight vessels in cell culture and microbiology

Bench-scale bioprocessing for microbial and cell cultures, scale-up and scale-down, batch, fed-batch and continuous processes more

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Where Are Your Limits? With Berghof High-Pressure Reactors More Flexibility in Synthesis

The modular design and flexible configuration options of Berghof highpreactor are a convincing response to the requirements of modern synthesis laboratories. Safety, reliability and economy are achieved through the use of high-quality materials combined with durable PTFE linings. Complete PTFE Linin more

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  • "Green Chemstry" in the Laboratory

    The term "green chemistry" is commonly used to describe chemical procedures which meet specific requirements with regards to the conservation of resources and protection of the environment. The objective is to avoid undesired by-products by selecting more

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Conference
19-06 – 23-06
2017
Liège, BE

ANIMMA 2017

Theme - Fundamental physics, Fusion diagnostics and technology, Advanced Nuclear Energy Systems, Research reactors, Nuclear fuel cycle, Decommissioning, dismantling and remote handling, Safeguards, homeland security, Severe accident monitoring, Environmental and medical sciences, Education, training

Webinar
07-09-2017

Efficient Solvent Extraction Using Microwaves

Microwave Assisted Extraction is becoming an increasingly popular technique for the analysis of extractables from consumer products, and environmental samples. Modern microwave reactors provide significant benefits when compared with traditional extraction methods. This webinar will feature the Mono

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New Continuous Flow Chemistry Webinar - Recent Advances in Organic Chemistry Part 8

This presentation is Part 8 of a series focused on recently published and yet unpublished research using ReactIR™ as a key analytical technology and the second dedicated to flow chemistry and continuous processing. Four case studies from newly published work by well-known academic groups are present

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