A magnetic stirrer or magnetic stirrer is a lab device that uses a rotating magnet. Magnetic stir bar works well in glass containers, such as glass, which are widely used for chemical reactions
Evaporator is a process used to convert the liquid form of a chemical, such as water, into its gaseous form / vapor. The liquid is evaporated or evaporated into a gaseous form of the targeted substance in this process.
Ultrasonic cleaning is a process that uses ultrasound (usually 20–400 kHz) and a suitable cleaning solvent (sometimes ordinary tap water) to remove substances. Ultrasound can only be used with water, but the use of a solvent suitable for the product to be cleaned and the type of contamination available increase the effect. Cleaning normally takes between three and six minutes, but can also exceed 20 minutes, depending on the object to be cleaned.
A glovebox (or glovebox) is a closed container designed to enable a separate atmosphere to manipulate the desired objects. Gloves placed on the side of the glove box are gloves arranged so that the user can place the hands on the gloves and control the tasks in the box. Some or all of the box is usually transparent to allow the user to see what is being manipulated.
Spin coating is a procedure for storing homogeneous thin films on flat surfaces. Generally, a small amount of coating material is applied to the center of the lower layer with no spinning or spinning at all. The substrate is then rotated at high speed to spread the coating material by centrifugal force. A machine used for spin coating is called a spin coater or simply a spinner.
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