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Why Botanical Artwork Matters: The Science Of Art

Aug 17

Plant lovers naturally value beauty. We are awestruck by the subtle curve of a leaf, the arc of woody stems, and the way sunshine reflects on flower petals to reveal surprising hue…

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G-M Pancake Detectors

Aug 15

The G-M "pancake" detector is perhaps the closest approach to a "universal" radiation detector that is currently on the market. It is easy to use, reasonably priced, and capable of…

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What Are Large Beta Gamma Counters?

Aug 1

THESE COUNTERS ARE A RELIABLE WAY OF MEASURING YOUR GLUCOSE LEVELS While they can be expensive, digital blood glucometers are very accurate! They measure your glucose level from a…

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What is biobanking?

Jul 24

What is biobanking?  Biobanking WHAT IS BIOBANKING? The short answer is "Yes." The biobank is a repository for biological samples that have been properly preserved and can be u…

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Flow Proportional Counters

Jul 21

Flow proportional counters are devices used to measure the flow of a fluid. They are commonly used in industrial and scientific applications to measure the flow of liquids and gase…

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Counters With A Fixed Ratio

Jul 13

Proportional counters are almost never utilized in the detection of gamma rays since the chance of gamma ray interactions in normal gas dimensions is extremely low and the range of…

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X-Ray Proportional Counters

Jun 21

A proportional counter is a gaseous ionization detector that measures ionizing radiation particles. The detector's main characteristic is its capacity to quantify the energy of inc…

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What Is A Celestial Chart?

Jun 13

Star charts and how to utilize them are covered in this article. As a visual representation of the night sky's mysteries, star charts have a distinct but enigmatic appearance. Mod…

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Recent Progress In Mental Health Research

Jun 11

INTRODUCTION For most of recent history, people understood mental health issues in the same way that they conceptualized physical health problems. If you broke your leg, you went …

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Neutron Spectrometry Measurements Of The Recoil Proton Track

Jun 9

By employing real-time imaging equipment to capture the optical tracks of recoil protons in scintillation gas, RPTI is a promising technology. An online neutron track detector for …

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Alternatives To Employing Helium-3 As A Neutron Detector

May 31

The effectiveness of currently available alternative neutron detector technologies for use in large-area detectors and radiation portal monitors (RPM)—the two neutron detector appl…

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Why it's Important to Recognize Addiction as a Brain Disease

May 29

Addiction is currently regarded as to be a mental disorder according to WHO. World Health Organization (WHO). But, this view is not supported by many addicts and experts. They beli…

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When Buying a Benchtop Test Chamber, What Should You Look For?

May 17

Several variables influence the size of the test chamber you'll need. The first is the DUT's size—a DUT that is overly large or heavy requires more room. There are also material qu…

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The Large Boron-Lined Neutron Detection Devices

May 11

Neutron sensors are commonly used to measure soil moisture on the hectare scale. Neutron detectors with rapid counting rates and good signal-to-noise ratios are needed for precise …

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Labspace frequently asked questions

May 10

At LabSpace Africa, we love receiving your questions and requests!   But quite often, great minds think alike, and we receive similar questions from readers attempting to setup n…

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A review of Laboratory Quality Management Systems

May 10

A REVIEW OF LABORATORY QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS by Kari du Plessis There is no way around the term quality management when working in a commercial laboratory. It's a good thing…

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A review of Laboratory Quality Management Systems

May 6

A review of Laboratory Quality Management Systems When working in a commercial laboratory setting, there is no way to avoid the term "quality management". It's a good thing! A …

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The Reaction Of The BF3 Detector To Thermal Neutron

May 2

Three different reflecting materials, namely aluminum, wood, and Perspex of differing thicknesses, were used to assess the response of the BF3 detector to a 3 Ci Am–Be neutron sour…

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What Is An Environmental Test Chamber And How Does It Function?

Apr 27

With the advancement of contemporary industrial technologies, electrical and electronic devices have grown more popular. Simultaneously, environmental circumstances are growing mor…

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Laboratory Setup: Frequently asked questions.

Apr 27

LABORATORY SETUP: FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS. By Kari Du Plessis At LabSpace Africa, we love receiving your questions and requests! But quite often, great minds think alike, and…

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Tube Counters With Improved Gamma Ray Sensitivity In Ordinary Materials

Apr 22

The usable sensitivity S of a tube counter exposed to weak gamma radiation is proportional to (NB)/(N+B)12, where N is the counting rate while the gamma ray source is present and B…

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The Space Research Community Has Designated Sending A Probe To Uranus As Priority

Apr 20

The space research community believes the time is right to investigate Uranus in more detail – and they mean it. Sending an interplanetary mission to explore the ice giant planet s…

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HALT Stands For Highly Accelerated Life Testing

Apr 19

YOU MAY INCREASE PRODUCT RELIABILITY AND CUSTOMER CONFIDENCE BY USING HIGHLY ACCELERATED LIFE TESTING You may rapidly test dependability and detect production faults that might le…

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What Is The Solar System's Largest Planet?

Apr 15

Our solar system, which is located in the Milky Way Galaxy, consists of eight planets. The sun is the center of the universe, and all planets circle it. When Pluto was discovered i…

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Bulk materials handling

Apr 9

WHAT IS BULK MATERIAL HANDLING? A bulk material handling system allows the transfer of materials from one place to another. The materials can be anything from sand, coal, grain, o…

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Thin Wall Beta Gamma Detector For Beta Or Gamma Measurement Product Profile

Apr 5

BETA GAMMA DETECTOR WITH THIN WALLS FOR BETA AND GAMMA MEASUREMENT The Thin Wall Beta Gamma Detector is made by Nucleonix Systems [P] Ltd and is used to measure Beta or Gamma. Nuc…

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What Is The Purpose Of A Temperature Chamber?

Mar 31

A temperature chamber is a controlled environment that may be used to simulate the circumstances that a product will face throughout its usage. These highly regulated technological…

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Analytical Chemistry

Mar 30

ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY Research and findings in the field of analytical chemistry are massively influential in other fields of science and society, as it's contributed to the develo…

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What Is Cassini?

Mar 24

For more than a decade, NASA's Cassini probe has shown us the marvels of Saturn and its frozen moons, transporting us to realms where methane rivers flow into a methane sea and ice…

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What Is The Nature Of The Universe?

Mar 17

Everything is in the cosmos. It encompasses all of space, as well as all of the matter and energy contained inside it. It even covers the passage of time and, of course, you. Earth…

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