By F. J. Baker
Finished undergraduate textbook at the rules and perform of labor in scientific laboratories. features a normal creation, and chapters on: scientific chemistry,cellular pathology, microbiology, hematology, and transfusion technology. Halftone illustrations. earlier version: c1985. Softcover. DNLM: Laboratory recommendations and approaches.
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Loss of heat Heat is lost when doors of incubators are repeatedly opened, and the internal temperature falls. In the water-jacketed type of incubator, a long delay ensues before the temperature is FIG. 25. An inspissator. 34 INSPISSATORS AND STERILIZERS restored to 37° C, owing to the time taken to heat the water jacket. This time is greatly reduced with the anhydric incubator. INSPISSATORS These are used for the coagulation and sterilization of certain types of media, for example, serum or egg slopes.
The base, or foot, is sufficiently solid to hold the instrument stable, even when tilted in use. The limb is pivoted to the foot and at its lower end carries the stage, sub-stage condenser and reversible mirror with plane and concave surfaces. The body is attached to the upper end of the limb, and contains coarse and fine adjustments by which the body-tube is raised or lowered. The body-tube houses the draw-tube, in which the eye-piece rests. An objective mount or nosepiece is attached to the lower end of the body-tube, and objectives of varying focal length may be screwed into this mount.
Continue in this fashion until the weight in the right-hand pan is too light to balance the watch glass. (5) Leave this weight on the pan, and add the next weight, removing the latter if the total is too heavy and replacing it with a smaller weight. Continue this procedure until the pointer swings exactly equally about the zero mark. (6) Remove all weights from the right-hand pan, checking them as they are replaced in the box; make a careful note of all their values, and add these together. (7) To this sum, add the required weight of the substance to be measured.