Introduction: Micropipette A micropipette is an instrument that is used commonly in the laboratory to transfer the liquid volumes accurately and precisely in the range of microliter. Various types of micropipettes are available for use in the laboratory. Different types … Readmore
What is Reverse Osmosis? Reverse Osmosis, basically, is a water filtration process using a selectively permeable membrane which allows only certain useful ions and molecules to pass through. This pressure-driven selectively or semi-permeable membrane filters water for drinking purposes by … Readmore
People frequently take their drinking water for granted. Water is essential to human life, whether it comes from the tap in your sink or is purchased at the local grocery shop. There is potable water everywhere, but watch what you … Readmore
Who hasn’t struggled to keep their plants properly hydrated at one point or another? Get a soil moisture metre if you frequently forget to water or if you give your plants too much water. For healthier plants, these garden tools … Readmore
Hydrogen water is ordinary water that has been infused with hydrogen gas. Adding hydrogen gas to water, according to some sources, boosts its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant qualities. It’s been lauded for its ability to boost energy, reduce the ageing process, … Readmore
Differences Between Alkaline Water & Reverse Osmosis
The differences between alkaline water and reverse osmosis are likely complex. This could be because people frequently link alkaline water with ioniser devices, which isn’t necessarily the case. We’re talking about countertop alkaline water filters that don’t cost a fortune … Readmore
What is DO meter (Dissolved Oxygen) and how it works?
Many bacteria living in water require dissolved oxygen (DO). As a result, it is critical to maintain optimum dissolved oxygen concentrations in artificial facilities such as wastewater treatment plants and fish farms. Dissolved oxygen is also a good indicator of … Readmore
The Only Guide On Total Dissolved Salts That Matters!
You must have studied that water is flat, odorless, and has a clear appearance. While these characteristics are true for “pure water”, there are certain substances (or salts) that can change the above characteristics of water. These include both organic … Readmore
Pulse Oximetry: A Useful Guide In Your Battle Against COVID-19?
Oxygen is vital for the various body parts to carry on their functioning. But do you know how this oxygen transports to the extremities furthest from the heart, say legs and arms? So, let me tell you. Your blood acts … Readmore
Oxidation-Reduction Potential (ORP): All That You’d Know
What is ORP? Why is it important? You must have confronted these types of questions. Well, you may know what ORP represents, however, having a better understanding of the same isn’t bad. Going into this article, I’ll elaborate on every … Readmore