A semi-microbalance is a small mass measurement device that can support weights of up to one hundredth of a milligram. Semi-microbalances provide precise measurements when you need a readability that reaches five decimals places as opposed to the four decimal places typically featured in regular analytical balances. When you are responsible for delivering accurate results, you need to make sure the equipment you are using can provide you with consistently accurate results.
The primary factors that you need to compare among standard microbalances are:
– Stabilization time
– Calibration type (internal vs. external)
All of these characteristics can impact the final result of your measurements so you want to pay close attention to the specifications for every semi-microbalance you consider. You don’t want to make any mistakes when taking your measurements, so make sure your semi-microbalance features a user-friendly control pad and display.
What are the pros of using a semi-microbalance?
When you opt for a semi-microbalance, you increase the precision of your measurements, as compared to a standard microbalance. A semi-microbalance that provides quick and accurate measurements will make your lab more efficient and increase productivity.
What are the cons of using a semi-microbalance?
The only real drawback of using a semi-microbalance is in those instances where you require smaller measurements. As scientific research continues to evolve, weighing samples will get smaller and smaller. At some point, you might need to replace your semi-microbalance with an even smaller measuring device.
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