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Topic: What is a laboratory analytical balance?
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Cagan
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Laboratory analytical balances are precision measuring instruments used in quantitative chemical analysis to determine the mass of solids, liquids, powders and granular substances. Today, electronic balances use the principle of magnetic force recovery, which provides readings down to 0.0001 g. Analytical balances typically include draft-resistant weighing chambers for accurate mass measurement and are often used in conjunction with anti-vibration tables to improve accuracy.

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Analytical devices are used in research laboratories, classrooms. They are suitable for packing bulk goods in the field of trade. Analytical models differ from technical ones in a reduced protection class. Hot substances cannot be weighed on them. More information you can find here Analytical Balances For Sale.
In a separate group, microbalances can be distinguished. They have a resolution of 0.0001 to 0.01 mg. Are applied to weighing of freights with the smallest weight. Some devices show the mass with an accuracy of up to 7 decimal places.


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