The Analytics-Shop offers high-quality industrial and laboratory chemicals from numerous manufacturers such as Merck Millipore, Sigma Aldrich, Applichem or J.T. Baker. These chemicals are used in various areas such as the pharmaceutical industry, the food industry and science. In our large assortment you will find inorganic reagents such as alkalis and bases, metals and metal oxides, salts and acids for analysis, solvents for liquid and gas chromatography as well as chemicals for organic analysis such as acetone, chloroform, ethanol and many more.
Please note that we sell chemicals by the manufacturers AppliChem and Sigma Aldrich only within Germany and Austria and furthermore individuals can not be supplied with chemicals.
Standard solutions and reference material can be shipped abroad in general. For more information please contact our customer service team - we'll be happy to advise you.
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In order to achieve successful results in your laboratory applications high quality and accurate information on the composition of the chemicals used is required. Flawless results can only be achieved if the correct grade is used. In the following list you can find allmajor grades ordered by increasing purity:
crude: these chemicals are of unpurified quality - abbreviation: crd. (lat. crudum = "crude")
technical: chemicals of the grade "technical" are mostly used for general purposes and applications
for synthesis: these chemicals contain minor amounts of impurities which do not affect any applications of sythesis as the product of the synthesis is purified in the end
pure: chemically pure quality with a minimum content of 97% and secure suitability for synthesis and laboratory use - abbreviation: pur. (lat. purum = "pure")
extra pure: These include chemicals of the highest purity that can be used for applications with high purity requirements. They possess a minimum content of 99% or higher - abbreviation: puriss. (lat. purissimum = " extremely pure")
for analysis: these chemicals have such a high purity that they can be used for analytical procedures. The foreign substances contained therein are always recorded on the product to prevent incorrect analytical results - abbreviation: p.a. (lat. analytical grade = "for analytical purposes")
ultrapure: this is the highest degree of puritywhich is why these chemicals are used for specific applications in particular, e.g. they act as solvents for HPLC or as a reagent for trace analysis