Chemistry World recently posted an informative article on German chemist, Karl Fischer, inventor of the Karl Fischer titration method for determining trace amounts of water in a sample.
Essential in many industries that work with water, Karl Fischer titration is highly accurate and can be used with solids, liquids and gases.
A short excerpt from the article: Continue reading
Chemistryviews.org recently posted a piece on Chemistry humor entitled “So Much Fun with Chemistry: Vote & Submit Chemistry Jokes”. This fun, interactive piece allows you to check out chemistry and science jokes, rate them on a scale of 1 to 5* and submit your own chemistry joke(s) if you like.
The person who submits the joke with the most votes will receive a copy of the book Molecules that Changed the World.
Check out the post on Chemistryview.org here.
*Rating and joke submission may require site registration. Don’t want to register? You can still view and enjoy the jokes and humor.
Hanna Instruments is pleased to announce that we will be exhibiting at the upcoming Achema Show in Frankfurt, Germany June 18-22. Achema 2012, the 30th International Exhibition Congress on Chemical Engineering, Environmental Protection and Biotechnology, features manufacturers, lecturers and thought leaders from across the globe in the field of science and biotechnology.
Get the latest information on new technology and trends, attend seminars on chemistry, environmental issues and solutions and see cutting edge products for laboratory science and analytical applications.
Stop by Hall 4.2, Booth J35 to visit Hanna Instruments and see our latest scientific analytical instrumentation. We’ll be demonstrating our laboratory grade bench meters, titrators, portable meters and more.
Hope to see you there!