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The Complete Guide to Salt in Food

There are a number of ways to measure and analyze salt in food. Here's a breakdown of why we need salt in food, the affe...

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Hanna & Pittcon 2019 - Your Highlights

Science at its best! The whir of magnetic stirrers, pistons pumping, and the beeping of instruments filled the air at Pi...

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Hanna Instruments’ Top 10 Products of 2016

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Hanna Instruments’ Top 10 Trending Products for 2015

The signs are unmistakable. Times Square is in full clean-up mode. The festive decorations are coming down. The football...

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Measuring Refractive Index of Turpentine Oils in Fragrances

Turpentine oil is obtained from the resin of coniferous trees. By using turpentine oil in raw materials, the final produ...

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Measuring Sugar Content in Hummingbird Nectar

Hummingbirds are a popular breed of birds for hobbyists to observe in their gardens. Hummingbirds are some of the smalle...

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Measuring % Brix of Flavored Sugar Syrups

Concentrated syrups are used throughout the food and beverage industry from flavoring coffee to producing soft drinks. T...

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Refractive Index of Personal Hygiene Products

Refractive index is an optical characteristic of a substance and the dissolved particles in it. When manufacturing perso...

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Monitoring Sodium Chloride in Olive Brine

Olives have been coveted throughout history both as an edible fruit and for the health beneficial oil that is pressed fr...

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How to Accurately Measure Refractive Index

Refractive index is a measurement of how light behaves as it passes through a sample. Depending on the sample’s composit...

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