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Mini Spray Dryer B-290
The Mini Spray Dryer B-290, based on more than 30 years of spray drying experience, is marked by outstanding efficiency and flexibility. See why thousands of R&D publications have relied on the proven performance of the industry-leading spray dryer.
Mini Spray Dryer S-300
With the Mini Spray Dryer S-300, BUCHI solidifies its position as a global market leader for more than 40 years. The laboratory spray dryer combines outstanding product design with unique instrument capabilities to offer a superior user experience.
Graphene-based composites for lithium batteries by spray drying
Graphene-based composites can be used to improve the electric conductivity and cycling performance of lithium batteries (LIBs). In this whitepaper, learn more about the steps needed to obtain graphene-based composites using the spray drying technique. Benefit from an illustartion of how graphene-based composites are synthesized, learn about the function of various graphene powders in battery R&D and see process parameters for spray drying of various graphene-based material.
Cosmetics Lab Magazine Vol 2
In "COSMETICS LAB" Issue 2, gain useful information on how to turn natural raw material into active compounds. Benefit from useful information on techniques used in all steps of cosmetics development. Learn how to extract and screen for active ingredients and how to use chromatography to purify raw material. Plus fun facts, horoscopes, quizzes and an exclusive interview on the topic of fighting misinformation in the cosmetics industry.
Cosmetics Lab Magazine Vol 3
In "COSMETICS LAB" Issue 3, find everything you need to know about the making of make-up. Improve your formulation proficiency by gaining insightful information on microencapsulation and spray drying. Plus read cosmetics formulation tips, recipes, quizzes, horscopes and an exlcusive interview with a microencapsulation expert.
Formulation adviser for cannabis oil samples
With this free whitepaper, gain useful insights into spray drying and encapsulation, two common techniques used to formulate cannabinoids. Plus, learn about why we need cannabinoids in powder form in the first place.
Use the guide to easily achieve a sellable form of cannabinoids.