Measure pH, ions, O2 in your smallest samples

Steve Malin service at lazarlab.com
Thu Dec 19 17:16:03 EST 1996

A free booklet is available which describes techniques for measuring pH, 
ions, and dissolved oxygen in very small samples down to 20 microliters. 
Sample vessels which can be routinely measured included 96 well plates, 
microcentrifuge tubes, NMR tubes, serum cups, and capillary tubes.  Ions 
which can be measured include chloride, sodium, potassium, and cyanide. 
All probes require only a pH meter for measurement.  For further details 
contact Lazar Research Labs. Inc. at service at lazarlab.com or see the 
Lazar web site at http://www.lazarlab.com 

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