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Laminar flow hood/cabinet Definition, Parts, Principle, Application

A Laminar flow cabinet or hood is an enclosed workspace that creates an environment free of contaminants by using...

Jan 4 · 8 min read >

Infrared (IR) Spectroscopy Principle, Instrumentation, Application

Infrared (IR) mibroscopy, also known as vibrational spectroscopy is a method of analysis that takes advantage of the vibrational...

Jan 3 · 2 min read >

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Density Gradient Centrifugation Principle, Protocol, Uses

Density gradient centrifugation refers to an approach to separation between molecules, where the separation is determined by the density...

Dec 31 · 1 min read >

Differential Centrifugation Principle, Protocol, Uses

Differential centrifugation (also called the differential velocity method) is a common process in the fields of biochemistry and cell...

Dec 31 · 6 min read >

Centrifugation and Centrifuge Types, Definition, Principle, and Applications

The process of centrifugation is separation of substances that involves the use to the centrifugal force. It is a...

Dec 31 · 19 min read >

Autoclave Bag – Application, Types, Applications, Advantages

Autoclaving is one method that uses steam to sterilize. Autoclave bags are utilized for sterilization at high temperatures to...

Dec 20 · 4 min read >

Micropipettes Components, Types, Applications, Techniques

Micropipette is a standard but essential instrument in the laboratory utilized to precisely and accurately transfer volumes of liquid...

Dec 9 · 14 min read >

High-Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC)

High performance liquid chromatography, also more commonly referred to in the industry as HPLC. It can be described as...

Nov 30 · 4 min read >

Pulsed-field Gel Electrophoresis (PFGE)

Pulsed Field Gel Electrophoresis (PFGE) is a method used to aid in the separation of huge deoxyribonucleic acids (DNA)...

Nov 30 · 4 min read >

UV-Vis Spectroscopy Principle, Instrumentation, Applications, Advantages, and Limitation

UV spectroscopy, also known as UV-visible spectrum (UV-Vis also known as UV/Vis) refers to absorption or reflectance spectroscopy within...

Nov 30 · 9 min read >

McIntosh and Fildes’ Anaerobic Jar Principle, Procedure

McIntosh and Fildes's anaerobic jar is a tool utilized in microbiology laboratories, to generate anaerobic circumstances (anaerobiosis) to cultivate...

Nov 15 · 1 min read >

GasPak Anaerobic System Principle, Application

GasPak anaerobic system is utilized to create an oxygen-free atmosphere to encourage the growth of microorganisms that live in...

Nov 15 · 2 min read >

Spectrophotometer Principle, Uses, Components.

A spectrophotometer is a laboratory instrument that is used to measures electromagnetic energy at specific wavelengths of light.

Jul 12 · 5 min read >

PH Meter Definition, Principle, Parts, Types, Application, Procedure.

pH Meter Definition A pH meter is a precise instrument that weighs the hydrogen-ion movement in water-based suspensions, showing...

Dec 8 · 8 min read >

Hot air oven Definition, Principle, Parts, Application, Procedure.

Hot air oven Definition A hot air oven is a laboratory instrument that uses dry heat to sterilize laboratory...

Dec 7 · 4 min read >

BOD Incubator: Definition, Principle, Components, Procedure, Application.

BOD Incubator also known as Biological Oxygen Demand incubator. In microbiology laboratories, it is broadly used for cell culture...

Dec 6 · 3 min read >

Incubator: Definition, Principle, Components, Types, Operating Procedure, Use.

Incubator definition  An incubator is an insulated and enclosed device used in biological laboratories. It creates an optimum environment...

Dec 1 · 4 min read >

Autoclave Definition, Working Principle, Components, Operating procedure.

What is autoclave? An autoclave is a large vessel containing steam under high pressure. It mainly used to sterilize...

Nov 29 · 9 min read >

Oil Immersion technique, objectives, Resolving Power, Used for, Types.

What is Oil Immersion? Oil immersion is a technique, used to increase the resolving power or microscopic resolution of...

Jul 19 · 3 min read >
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