Glove Box Falling Again And Reflection

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Following effectively decreasing the oxygen articles to 12ppm, the thorny challenge is that the gas bottle of the vac glove box box is out of gasoline, for the reason that no relevant problems have been encountered, so this "small problem" was at first employed by us (like working experience Rich brothers and sisters) dismissed, waiting for the supply of the 2nd weather bottle. At all around 10 pm, all through the very last tour of the laboratory, it was uncovered that the glove box showed damaging stress, the circulation was closed, and the oxygen content greater sharply. By way of the following reasoning, soon after the stress drops to a certain degree, the wind equipment will automatically prevent, and then the cycle will stop. At the identical time, the destructive strain will cause the fuel to be sucked in, and the oxygen content boosts promptly. Unnecessarily, the cylinder on the other aspect of the laboratory was taken out and mounted to protect against the oxygen articles from even more growing. But by this time, the oxygen content has attained an astonishing one hundred fifty ppm


The lesson from the past night advised me that only working with the "pump-deflate-pump" process, Sunshine Ran will have a appreciable fall in oxygen articles, but the fuel use is violent, and if the gasoline bottle claims no, it will not. Therefore, the outdated technique is adopted to improve iron powder reduction + common deflation. Hope to successfully minimize the oxygen {content|content material|material|articles|information|written content



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