Merck KGaA located in Darmstadt, Germany is a provider of technology products for life science, healthcare, and performance materials industries. EMD Millipore represents the company’s life science division. The company is a provider of several products that include reagents, industrial microbiology, small molecule pharmaceuticals, and life science research.
EMD Millipore’s portfolio of inorganic reagents comply toReag.PhEur and ACS specifications and are optimized to be used in wet chemical analysis. The reagents support a wide range of biochemical analysis needs that refer to standards, quantities, application. The inorganic reagents that are developed by EMD Millipore are designed specifically for classical inorganic analysis and instrumental inorganic analysis. The company also provides safety and general products to support their reagent deliveries. The group for classical inorganic analysis offer a variety of caustic alkalis, special inorganic reagents, salts, and acids. These products are applicable for wet chemical labs and others.
The reagents for instrumental inorganic analysis are generated from raw materials that have undergone a purification process. One category of inorganic reagents for instrumental inorganic analysis is the Apura®. Previously known as AQUASTAR, the Apura reagents are designed for Karl Fischer titration and allow researchers to identify the water content of solids, liquids, and gases. This line of reagents are specific to and cover all of the Karl Fischer reagents. EMD Millipore provides single and double-component reagents for volumetric titration that are appropriate for water content levels that are between .1 and 100 percent.
EEMD Millipore includes safety products in their category of reagents to address safety concerns in the laboratory environment. For example, the company offers cleaners that are residue-free and allow researchers to thoroughly remove chemicals from accidental spills.
The general reagent products that EMD Millipore provides support filtration and absorption projects, drying processes, and indicators for the preparation of samples and the purification of products.
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