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The use of dogs in search and rescue (SAR) is a valuable and vital component when search teams are out looking for victims buried under snow.
For GC carrier gas it has long been assumed that there are only two viable options, helium or hydrogen. In recent times, however, there has been more and more evidence revealing the proficiency of nitrogen as a suitable carrier gas for GC.
Peak Scientific are showcasing some of our unique on-site gas generation products in a series of blog posts. Putting the spotlight on these gas generators will enable you to get a better understanding of the right gas generator for your lab and your analysis.
The scientific community in China has been shocked by an accident in a laboratory at the prestigious Tsinghua University in Beijing, where it is believed that an explosion, and resulting fire, from bulk supplied hydrogen gas being used in the lab caused the death of a post doctorate researcher.
Watch our latest Precision video where our GC Product Specialist, Dr Ed Connor introduces our Precision series of laboratory gas generators, specifically designed for GC.