Att mäta osmolalitet är användbart inom ett flertal områden

Att mäta osmolalitet är användbart inom ett flertal områden. Nedan följer publikationer för några applikationer. Kontakta gärna Molek AB med frågor kring er applikation. Besök även Advanced Instruments hemsida för ytterligare information. Under Education finns mer om osmolalitet.

The Physical Chemistry, Theory and Techniques of Freezing Point Determinations This 16-page publication provides an overview of the fundamentals of the physical chemistry of solutions, useful conversion calculations, as well as freezing point theory and technique. This publication is useful for anyone operating osmometry equipment or using osmolality as a diagnostic tool. Courtesy of Advanced Instruments, Inc.

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Osmometry Revisited: A Practical Guide to Its Clinical Use
This 20-page pamphlet provides a practical synopsis of the clinical uses of osmometry.

It includes a useful introduction to the subject as well as summaries regarding osmolality for blood, urine, and related applications. David H. Lobdell PhD

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Evaluation of Infant Rehydration Solutions
This 8-page research pamphlet provides information and suggestions in the diagnosis and treatment of infant dehydration. James Wesley M.S. Forensic Chemist, Clinical Toxicologist, Rochester, NY

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Sports Hydration: ’07
Originally presented as Endurance Sports, Rehydration, Cerebral Edema and Death at NEAFS (Northeastern Association of Forensic Scientists) Annual Meeting, Rye Brook NY, November 2, 2006 James Wesley M.S. Forensic Chemist, Clinical Toxicologist, Rochester, NY

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Using Osmometry: For Water-Electrolyte Balance Experiments in the Instructional Laboratory
This 14-page paper describes a number of laboratory exercises used to instruct students on principles and uses of osmometry. Includes a demonstration experiment complete with water balance calculations designed to lead the student through logical development of the volume and osmolar changes following ingestion of an osmotic load. Allen C. Norton, PhD, University of Southern California

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