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Glutaraldehyde is used as a preservative in industrial cleaning agents. Glutaraldehyde is a pungent, colourless oily liquid which undergoes chemical reactions typical of aldehydes. It also cross-links with proteins and, in aqueous solutions, it partially polymerises to give oligomers. Our glutaraldehyde is vacuum distilled in an argon environment (relatively oxygen-free) in our custom-made glassware. It is analyzed prior to shipment to ensure that our customers receive only the finest glutaraldehyde available. We have added a significant number of products to our already wide array of EM grade glutaraldehyde to satisfy special customer requirements and to help our customers become more efficient in the workplace and laboratory. This high purity, electron microscopy grade glutaraldehyde. Ampules and cryules packaged 10 per box.

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The Ladd Vacuum evaporator has been a very popular item lately. Perhaps it's because they are used in a wide range of industrial sectors. The objective of a vacuum evaporator is to controllably transfer atoms from a heated source (which can be liquid or a solid) to a substrate located a distance away to grow a film. The source is then heated directly or indirectly until the point is reached where it efficiently sublimes or evaporates.

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The Microscopy & Microanalysis 2015 Meeting & Exhibition will be held August 2nd-6th at the Oregon Convention Center in Portland, Oregon. This year's program will "highlight the latest techniques methodologies and findings, spanning nano-to-macroscopic scales, and advances in fields such as nanotechnology, biological and clinical sciences, materials science, 3D manufacturing, and metallurgy," states the M&M meeting. 

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