Thermo Fisher Scientific launches chemical and reagents selection handbook

Thermo Fisher Scientific
Thursday, 27 September, 2012

Thermo Fisher Scientific has announced the launch of its new Fisher Chemical and Fisher BioReagents Laboratory Reagents Handbook, an easy-to-use reference guide for one-stop access to the company’s comprehensive laboratory reagent ranges.

The handbook features 250 new products, including an extended range of Optima liquid chromatography/mass spectrometry (LC/MS) solvents and high-purity acids for trace elemental analysis, microbiology media and modifying enzymes. In addition, the book includes more than 4400 Fisher Chemical products and solutions dedicated to analytical applications and more than 1000 Fisher BioReagents products for molecular biology research, biochemistry and cellular biology.

Designed to be easy to navigate, the handbook allows users to quickly access product information by application or product name. It provides detailed specifications and GHS-compliant hazard symbols for all products, along with grade, application, physical, chemical and transportation information. With many different product grades available, there are products to suit every analytical and life science application.

Analytical reagents and solvents are produced in an ISO 9001:2000- and ISO 14001-compliant manufacturing site. All products feature innovative, environmentally friendly packaging that is designed for quality, safety and convenience.

Customers can order the Fisher Chemical and Fisher BioReagents Laboratory Reagents Handbook from For more information on Fisher Chemical products, visit or contact a local Fisher Chemical distributor.

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