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    Metrohm is a leading manufacturer of high-precision instruments for chemical analysis. We offer a complete line of analytical laboratory and process systems for titration, ion chromatography,...
  • Article - 21 Aug 2003
    The three most significant advances in alloy metallurgy since Australia's Federation are reviewed. Namely aluminium alloys and age hardening, stainless steels and nuclear power. Each of these topics...
  • News - 20 Jun 2016
    Cortec’s BioEmitter™ offers easy-to-use protection from rust and corrosion on metals stored in enclosed spaces as large as 50 cubic feet (1.4m3). Simply attach the environmentally safe...
  • Article - 22 Jun 2006
    This paper describes a method for producing submicron high-purity alumina. In this method amorphous basic aluminum sulfate (BAS) was prepared by homogeneous precipitation of aluminum bisulfite...
  • Article - 11 Aug 2017
    The Optrode, a sensor from Metrohm for titrations with optical endpoint detection, was introduced in the last issue of Metrohm Information.
  • Article - 9 Aug 2017
    Chemical imaging is currently utilized as a powerful tool for the determination of the chemical composition and heterogeneity with a sample. It is a widely-used process in analytical chemistry, but...
  • Article - 19 Mar 2002
    Machining of titanium is not as simple as some other metals, mainly due to thermal effects. Suggestions for milling, boring, turning, drilling, tapping, grinding, cutting, electrochemical machining,...
  • Article - 23 Jul 2001
    Uranium is a heavy, silver-white metal resembling nickel. It is malleable, ductile, slightly paramagnetic and pyrophoric when finely divided. Its main uses are as a nuclear fuel, radioactive isotope...
  • Article - 23 Mar 2018
    There are a multitude of available test procedures and methods for water and wastewater treatment operators. They range from colorimetric, titrimetric, electrometric (meter & probe), turbimetric,...
  • Article - 14 Jun 2012
    The word lanthanum was derived from a Greek word lanthaneia. In 1839, a Swedish chemist, Carl Gustaf Mosander discovered lanthanum when he was searching for impurities in cerium samples.