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My Löser Osmometer Type 6 is showing the wrong value on calibration, what can I do?

Q: My Löser Osmometer Type 6 is showing the wrong value on calibration, what can I do? [caption id="attachment_9720" align="aligncenter" width="199"] Löser Osmometer Type 6[/caption] The Loser Type 6 and 6M Osmometer models can be calibrated with distilled water, 300 mOsm calibration standard or 900 mOsm calibration standard. Whatever liquid you use to calibrate, the correct value ...
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Technical Hints and Tips for Optimal Performance of your Loeser Osmometer

  General function and description: The sample (serum, blood, urine or any other aqueous solution) is filled in a plastic sample tube and cooled via a Peltier element. These are semiconductor devices, which become cold on one side and warm on the other when electrical current flows through. The cold side cools the sample whilst the heat from the warm side dissipates into the air by con...
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How do I clean the probe on a Loser Osmometer?

Question: How do I clean the probe on a Loser Osmometer? Answer: The Loser Micro-digital Osmometer is a freezing point depression Osmometer, ideal for use in laboratories. [caption id="attachment_337" align="aligncenter" width="240"] Micro-digital Osmometer MOD200PLUS[/caption] The Osmometer needs little maintenance except for the cleaning of the thermistor and freezing needle, however...
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Introducing Two New Osmometers

 Camlab have two new Osmometers specially designed for very small sample volumes The Type 15M Micro-Digital Osmometer Type 15M, determines the osmolality of solutions using freezing point depression. Ideal for small volume applications such as serum, urine or other bodily fluids in clinical applications; and media or formulations in pharmaceutical, biotech or industrial applications. Manu...
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Osmometer simplifies milk analysis

According to milk quality rules the freezing point of milk should not be above – 0.515°C, otherwise it has been diluted and it is not allowed. This freezing point is equal to a total Osmolality of 277 mosm from an aqueous solution.  A freezing point Osmometer is well suited for determination because determination of total Osmolality will be done by a comparison of freezing point of an unknown s...
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