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Infographic: lyophilization, concentration or evaporation

Ryann Johnson 2017By Ryann Johnson, Marketing Coordinator
On Tuesday, March 28, 2017
In Infographics

Which is best for my samples?

This infographic will help you select the right methods and equipment to best preserve your specific samples. Lyophilization, concentration and evaporation (including nitrogen blowdown) methods are all considered. 

In concentration and evaporation, liquid molecules become vapor molecules. In lyophilization, sublimation occurs when solid molecules become vapor molecules. By bypassing the liquid phase, many samples are better preserved.

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