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Interesting articles for this month :

FAYF - Adsorption
This one-page guide explains various adsorbent properties and provides the corresponding
equations

Viscosity: The Basics
An important concept, sometimes forgotten, is that viscosity is not a single-point measurement.
Basic concepts and terminology are reviewed and techniques for quantifying viscosity are addressed

REACH: Looking Beyond Pre-registration
The next steps to ensuring compliance are significantly more complex

Keeping Cooling Water Clean
Proper monitoring and control of water chemistry is essential

Today’s SIS: Integrated Yet Independent
Bringing process control and instrumented safety systems together while still keeping them separate provides benefits beyond risk reduction

Monitoring Air Emissions
New requirements are spurring strong demand in air pollution monitoring

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