The detection of a rare molecule known as phosphine, in the clouds of the planet Venus, points to the potential existence of extraterrestrial 'aerial' life.
Through air sampling, it is possible to evaluate the level of microbial contamination in the environment. Active monitoring and passive monitoring techniques are available.
Dr Nicole R Pendini provides answers to several frequently asked questions regarding the safe use of hydrogen generators in the workplace.
Employing the latest gas generation technologies, the product has been designed with a small form factor for labs with limited space or for field use.
BOC's HiQ Environmental Standard gas mixtures are designed for laboratory applications such as air quality research, measuring stack emissions and environmental emissions testing according to the US EPA protocol.
The device could be deployed in potential hotspots around cities, alerting authorities if levels of harmful nitrogen dioxide start to spike.
Anton Paar's Ultrapyc series of gas pycnometers include an intuitive user interface, built-in Peltier controller with a wide temperature range (from 15 to 50°C) and many more features designed to make true density measurement simple, precise and user-friendly.
Michell Instruments has launched a lightweight oxygen analyser to provide control of oxygen from 500 ppm O2 to oxygen purity in safe-area applications.
Dr Nicole R Pendini reveals how on-site gas generation can help laboratories stay green, increase ROI and decrease OHS concerns.
A simple benchtop device for measuring the kinetics of gas-producing reactions provides accurate reaction profiles with over 3000 measurements.
Harvard Apparatus' preconfigured small animal anaesthesia systems are complete, easy to use, versatile and compact.
Emerson's Rosemount CT4400 Continuous Gas Analyzer is a purpose-built quantum cascade laser (QCL) and tunable diode laser (TDL) analyser designed to help plants report emissions correctly in environmental monitoring applications.
Understanding the long-term changes in the atmospheric composition, as well as the origin of pollutants, is critical to anticipate and mitigate changes in the Earth's climate.
Applications for specialised gas mixtures can range from high-accuracy instrument calibrations, to cell culture and welding. So how do you determine which product best suits your application?
FLIR Systems has announced the FLIR GF77 Gas Find IR, a thermal camera for detecting methane. The handheld camera offers inspection professionals the features they need to find potentially dangerous, invisible methane leaks.