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We're inspired by your passion to drive science forward. That’s why we're constantly innovating our Milli-Q® Lab Water Solutions to:
So you can focus on your work, not your lab water.
We provide complete support for all our pure and ultrapure water purification systems, as well as adaptable solutions for laboratories to suit your validation, industry, application, or budget requirements.
As water is a main reagent in many experiments, its purity—and consistency of purity—plays a critical role in obtaining accurate and reproducible results. Understanding the potential impact of water contaminants can help you select the optimal water quality and water purification solution for your laboratory.
In this selection of Application Notes and Webinars, our Lab Water experts discuss:
Review the resource below to learn to optimize water quality for your analyses.
Technical Article: Ultrapure Water for Determination of Toxic Elements in Environmental Analyses
Technical Article: Ultrapure Water for Determination of Elemental Impurities in Pharmaceuticals
Technical Article: LC-MS Analysis of Hormones in Tap Water
Technical Article: Water for Next-Generation Sequencing
Technical Article: Ultrapure Water for LC-MS Biomedical Analyses
Technical Article: Assessing the Level of Bacteria in Purified Water
Technical Article: Ultrapure Water for Determination of Elemental Impurities per USP
How to Choose Best-Adapted Water Quality for Food & Beverage Tests
What is the central reagent in the laboratory? Water, of course. Let us help your testing by providing tips for water quality to achieve reliable results.
The Forgotten Variable: Laboratory Water Purity and its Impact on...
Learn about the potential impact of water purity on your experiments and how water is purified for use in the lab. You will also receive practical advice about how to obtain the best water quality...
Learn about the contaminants potentially present in water, and their impact on LC–MS analyses. Also learn how to obtain the best water quality for your experiments, and how this water should be optimally handled.