All the best tips for summer in the lab – maximise your recirculating cooler, handle those sub-ambient reactions, and make ice cream in a bag with the kids!
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Get the heat under control with our fun STEM activity and make ice cream in a bag!
There are a huge range of uses for liquid nitrogen that can be considered. The Asynt LN generators are available in a wide range of capacities so we can suit your needs perfectly no matter what level of supply is required!
Co-crystallisation is a fascinating process wherein two or more different molecules are combined to create a new crystalline structure.
Heating blocks are invaluable in a wide range of research applications, as they provide consistent and uniform heating for small vessels such as microcentrifuge tubes, test tubes and vials as well as round bottom flasks.
Dr Graeme McAllister, Experimental Officer at the University of York offers an evaluation of the Asynt CondenSyn waterless air condenser after trials with a THF drying still (b.p. 66 °C), equipped with a 1 L main flask and ~250 mL collection head.
It’s been an incredibly busy month here which means we have plenty to update you on. Welcome to the Asynt May 2023 Newsletter! If there’s something you’d like to see
A fabulous, energetic event with chemists visiting from all over the world -here is our CHEMUK 2023 review with all the best bits from the exhibition!
A fun blog for you in celebration of National Doughnut Week 2023 – enjoy!
Configuring the right chemistry setup can sometimes feel even more elusive than alchemy! This blog is here to help…