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Teaching and Research

To shape a sustainable world for future generations, research and teaching in chemistry needs to stay in the vanguard of developments.

Metrohm, together with its parent companies, recognize the tremendous importance of your mission, providing you with up-to-date scientific applications, research results and developments. This makes Metrohm your partner of choice when it comes to chemistry teaching and research.

Metrohm provides a significant range of scientific applications, methods, teaching instruments and research instruments. Manufactured by the most renowned companies in their field, the instruments are not only sold and serviced by Metrohm but customers in Australia and New Zealand can tap into the vast knowledge and experience of the world’s leading scientists using Metrohm’s on location support and service.

The new Mira P for the pharmaceutical industry: Instant onsite verification of raw materials

The new Mira P for the pharmaceutical industry: Instant onsite verification of raw materials

The Mira P is fast, easy, and accurate helping users optimize the inspection of incoming goods, formulation verification, and process monitoring. Mira P for the pharmaceutical industry: Instant onsite verification of raw materials Metrohm is introducing the latest compliant handheld Raman solution for the pharmaceutical industry. Mira P offers enhanced...
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Professor Ho and his magic mirror

Professor Ho and his magic mirror

Stephanie is traveling the world throughout the year of 2018 as ambassador for Metrohm. She visited Professor Kuo-Chuan Ho who has been researching electrochromic materials at the National Taiwan University in Taipei since 1993. No, Professor Ho’s mirror doesn’t tell you who’s the fairest of all. Electrochromic materials Professor Kuo-Chuan...
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Ion Chromatography. Analyse in minutes. Experience for a lifetime.

Ion Chromatography. Analyse in minutes. Experience for a lifetime.

Improve the analytical possibilities of your teaching laboratory Ion Chromatography – Faster than ever before Teaching Liquid Chromatography Time in teaching laboratories is short. With large numbers of students and limited hours in the lab, it is important to have fast analysis to give everyone an opportunity to experience the...
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In situ SERS effect with screen-printed silver electrodes

In situ SERS effect with screen-printed silver electrodes

Metal screen-printed electrodes are promising, cost-effective SERS substrates. Metrohm Dropsens White Paper: In this white paper Alejandro Junquera Pérez, Pablo Fanjul Bolado, David Hernàndez Santos demonstrate the time resolved Raman spectroelectrochemistry measurements with screen-printed electrodes. The instrument used combines in a totally integrated box: a 785 nm laser source, a...
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Top 7 reasons why you should use automated titration

Top 7 reasons why you should use automated titration

Accurate titration is required for all industries. Manual titration – although common – has its limitations. From wine to mining, titration in some shape or form is performed in practically every industry. When we first learn about titration, it is usually in the form of a tall glass burette, and...
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Greater control of your colloidal grinding and solid state synthesis

Greater control of your colloidal grinding and solid state synthesis

Temperature control is a major concern in fine grinding applications and that’s where the Emax comes in. Automatic water cooling removes heat from the grinding jar, reducing the wait between grinding times and the peak in temperature which occurs during standard ball milling. New technologies pose new challenges to science...
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Ion Chromatography – A technique for all laboratories

Improve the analytical possibilities of your research laboratory with Ion Chromatography

Improve the analytical possibilities of your research laboratory. Chromatography analysis in the health field has been synonymous with HPLC instrumentation. While HPLC is the most common chromatography technique in pathology and health research laboratories, Ion Chromatography, as a sub-section of liquid chromatography is a very important technique as well. The...
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Compact performance screen-printed electrodes

Simplify your research with screen-printed electrodes

Screen-printed electrodes based on carbon, gold, platinum, silver or carbon nanotubes inks. Innovative strips manufactured for electrochemical analysis in teaching, research, environmental, clinical, agri-food areas etc. Low cost, disposable devices specially designed to work with microvolumes of sample. Ideal for quality control or research purposes and also for teaching electrochemistry.
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pH measurement. Are you getting it right?

pH measurement. Are you getting it right?

pH, its not quite as straight forward as it may seem. pH measurement is one of the first things we learn in science. Acid and base. Simple, right? Measurement of pH should be one of the easiest things to do in the lab. So why do so many get it...
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The Mira DS was developed in close cooperation with professional first responders.

Mira DS Raman for first responders

Metrohm is pleased to present the Mira DS, a new handheld material identification system for police, hazmat teams, bomb technicians, and military personnel. At the push of a button, the Mira DS identifies illicit substances and explosives. The Mira DS was developed in close cooperation with professional first responders. While...
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Copper in drinking water by voltammetry

Copper in drinking water by voltammetry

The Australian Drinking Water Guidelines, published by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) and the Natural Resource Management Ministerial Council are an authoritative Australian reference on good quality drinking water. The Guidelines are regularly reviewed by the NHMRC in consultation with the general community, health bodies, water suppliers,...
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Ion Chromatography – A technique for all laboratories

Ion chromatography: a technique for all laboratories

Learning to work in the laboratory can be a tough process for both student and teacher. Teachers want to give their students the best experience without damaging expensive research equipment. Students want hands on experience with all of the technology on offer but lack the experience with which to handle...
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