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Bulk supply of hydrogen gas for GC-FID can be a great inconvenience when your lab has space limitations. But with a small hydrogen generator such as Precision Hydrogen SL, you no longer have to think about these restrictions inside your lab.
Helium prices continue to spike following yet another helium shortage, the third in 14 years.
It’s all quite ironic – helium gas, the second most abundant gas in the universe, is an extremely scarce non-renewable resource on earth, and with the consequent soaring prices, laboratories are in search for a sustainable and dependable alternative.
50 years ago, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin made the biggest leap of all time as they landed on the moon - a major step which paved the way for a number of lunar discoveries.
Helium – the colorless, odorless and tasteless inert gas – is the second most abundant gas in the universe after hydrogen gas. However, the type of helium gas used in applications, such as gas chromatography, is extracted from natural gas – a problem of diminishing resources which is leading to the scarcity of helium gas.