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Heliocentris : where applied research systems meet industrial standards

Heliocentris customized renewable energy solutions offer students and universities the tools necessary to help build a more sustainable future. (Details)

Use of The Phenom SEM To Investigate Fibrin

SEM images of fibrin are usually analysed by evaluating three parameters: fiber thickness, density and the number of fibers... (detail)

Metallurgical inspection using the Phenom

The properties of many engineering materials are mostly governed by a combination of metal composition and the morphology … (Details)

Measurement Globule Emulsion with Light Obscuration Methode

Lipid injectable emulsions used in total parenteral nutrition (TPN) therapy are sterile oil-in-water emulsions of soybean oil, used to provide an ample supply of essential fatty acids, linoleic and linolenic, dispersed with the aid of an emulsifying agent in Water for Injection. Alternatively, soybean oil can be mixed with other suitable oils (neutral triglycerides), such as safflower oil, medium-chain triglycerides (MCT) derived from coconut or palm kernel oils, olive oil, or a marine oil, such as menhaden oil. The size of the lipid droplets is critical: because of mechanical filtration, larger-size fat globules (>5 µm) can be trapped in the lungs. (Detail)