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Stirring Bars, Magnetic

Definition : Magnetic bars designed to stir solutions by spinning in synchrony with an external magnetic field usually provided by an electronic unit located below the solution container. These devices typically consist of small (from a few millimeters to several centimeters) bars made of ferromagnetic materials with a variety of cross-sections (e.g., octagonal, circular) that are covered with a chemically inert material (e.g., Teflon, glass). Magnetic stirring bars are part of magnetic stirrers used in clinical laboratories to stir low- or medium-volume solutions.

UMDC code : 24233

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HACH Co

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Hach has manufactured and distributed analytical instruments, test kits, and reagents for testing the quality of water and aqueous solutions, with products for lab, process, and field. Products are designed specifically for quality, accuracy, and simplicity, and today are in use around the world.

Ladd Research

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Ladd Research was organized in 1954 by Margaret and Bill Ladd to develop and supply products for the growing field of electron microscopy. In the 1930's, Margaret and Bill had worked on the first electron microscopy built in North America at the University of Toronto. At the start of World War II, they moved to the United States to continue their research. In 1954 Ladd Research Industries was formed.

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