Learn More Inorganic Compounds
Inorganics are commonly defined as elements and compounds that do not contain a carbon-hydrogen bond. Examples of these include carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, carbonates, cyanides, cyanates, and carbide, to name a few. This group also includes carbon allotropes such as graphite and graphene.
Learn More Inorganic Chemistry
Inorganics include salts, metals, and substances made from single elements. In general, they are ionic compounds consisting of cations and anions joined by ionic bonding, and can be classified as coordination compounds, main group compounds, transition metal compounds, organometallic compounds,...
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Learn More Culture Media & Sera
The culture medium is the most important component of the culture environment, because it provides the necessary nutrients, growth factors, and hormones for cell growth, as well as regulating the pH and the osmotic pressure of the culture.
Learn More Elemental Speciation Analysis
Speciation is used to identify and quantify different chemical forms of a particular element (also referred to as species) in a solution or matrix. Typically, environmental metal determinations generally measure the total element concentration, rather than different species, due to the following...
Learn More Solid Phase Extraction Guide
Solid phase extraction (SPE) is a sample preparation technique often used by chromatographers prior to analysis. SPE is most often used to remove interfering compounds from a sample, although it can also be used to enrich/concentrate analytes of interest in the sample.
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Balanced salt solutions provide an environment that helps to maintain the structural and physiological integrity of cells in vitro. Trust Gibco Balanced Salt Solutions to provide an isotonic buffer system that keeps your cells in the physiological pH range and helps to maintain high viability during...
Learn More Metal Oxides
Metal oxides are binary compounds of oxygen with a metal. Inorganic oxides can be prepared by direct heating of elements with oxygen, reaction of oxygen with compounds at high temperatures, or oxidation of metals and non-metals with nitric acid.
Learn More Acids
Acids are defined as substances that have a sour taste, a low pH (<7), cause litmus paper to turn red, and react with bases, yielding water and ionic compounds called salts. Strong inorganic (also called mineral) acids can dissolve metals such as zinc and iron, producing hydrogen gas in the process.
Learn More Counterion Analysis
Accelerate the determination and quantification of inorganic anions and cations in pharmaceutical formulations. Approximately half of all drugs are formulated and administered as salts. A broad selection of inorganic and organic ions can be used as drug substance counterions, with different ions...
Learn More Bases
Bases are the chemical opposite of acids. They are commonly defined as compounds that form aqueous solutions that taste bitter, have a high pH (>7), cause litmus paper to turn blue, are slippery to the touch, and react with acids to form water and salts.
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Learn More Analyzing Halides by Ion Chromatography
Halides are binary compounds formed by combining a metal with one of the five halogen elements (chlorine, bromine, fluorine, iodine, and astatine). Many of these compounds will dissolve in water, and because of this solubility, they usually occur only under special conditions.
Learn More Biochemicals
Biochemical refer to any chemical that is found in a biological system or that can be used for biological research. Biochemical compounds include molecules such as amino acids, vitamins, and nucleotides as well as organic and inorganic chemicals that have life science applications.
Learn More Refinery Water Process Analysis
Industrial water processes keep the refinery operational. They include the use, treatment, and analysis of scrubber solutions and boiler/cooling water. Scrubber solutions include aqueous alkanolamine solutions used to neutralize acidic gases (e.g.