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From arriving at the laboratory via horse and cart to being generated on-site, laboratory gas supply has certainly evolved over the years.
Scientists who have analysed the urine of cows in India have discovered that their urine contains gold molecules.
Although it is the second most plentiful element in the universe after hydrogen, helium is relatively rare on Earth.
In the past, helium has been the carrier gas of choice when it came to gas chromatography & mass spectrometry (GC-MS).
For labs performing GC analysis, Peak Scientific has created a true standalone gas delivery solution, the Precision Series of hydrogen, nitrogen and zero air gas generators. These generators can bring workflow benefits and convenience to labs, particularly when compared with gas cylinder supply.