Natasha Zarach

Find out just how important water purity is for conducting successful research, and what to watch for when selecting water for different applications.

Using water of the right quality and purity is essential to conducting successful research, especially given the sensitivity of today’s analytical technology. To be sure of detecting true analytes (rather than background contamination), you simply can’t afford to compromise on water quality. This also extends to a wide range of laboratory methods, as impurities can affect enzymatic reactions, such as those routinely used as part of molecular biology applications.

To help make sure that you know everything you need to know about your most important reagent, the people at ELGA LabWater pulled together the key facts and stats into the infographic above. 

Natasha Zarach ([email protected]) is global marketing manager at ELGA LabWater.

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