The effect of grinding tools on metal contamination during sample preparation
1 November 2013

Reliable and accurate analysis results can only be guaranteed by reproducible sample preparation. Size reduction is an essential part of the preparation process for solid samples. Retsch offers a comprehensive range of mills and crushers for coarse, fine and ultra-fine size reduction of almost any material with a wide choice of grinding tools and accessories. This technical article examines the extent of contamination from using such tools and techniques.

Show    per page
1 of 2     Page  1 2 Next 
Cryogenic Disruption of Yeast Cells yeast, grinding, milling30 Jul 2013Read
Use of Laboratory Grinders for Size Reduction of Human Bones and Bioceramics grinding, milling, bones18 Jul 2013Read
Sample Preparation of Vegetable-Based Raw Materials with Laboratory Mills biofuels, grinding, milling16 Jul 2013Read
As Fine as Necessary grinding, milling12 Jul 2013Read
The Art of Milling sample handling, grinding, milling10 Jul 2013Read
Sample Preparation and Analysis of Arsenic in Rice particle sizing, food safety, food testing8 Jul 2013Read
Using Planetary Ball Mills to Generate Nanoparticles sample homogenizer, grinding, milling21 Mar 2013Read
Tracking Down Fake Cashmere using the Mixer Mill from Retsch DNA extraction, grinding, milling18 Mar 2013Read
Toxic Analyses of Biological Samples to Determine Environmental Quality milling, toxicity, mercury15 Mar 2013Read
Sample Preparation for XRF Analysis particle size analysis, x ray fluorescence, grinding11 Mar 2013Read

Popular tags in SelectScience

Buying guides

Write a Review

Join the Global SelectScience Community Today! It’s FREE!

Helping you make informed decisions about the latest lab products and technologies:

  • Be the first to learn about new technologies
  • 10,000+ trusted product reviews from your peers
  • Compare 500,000 products and manufacturers
  • Get exclusive buying tips from experts
  • Find solutions fast: 10,000+ Application Notes, Webinars and Videos

Connect with 250,000 scientists... All in one place!

Become a member today!