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    Hi guys,
    Im currenty writing an essay about laboratorys and more specific: about new devices on the market.
    I would be thankful if you have some interesting products for me or even better, a personal experience about some devices that you use in your laboratory.
    Any comment is helpful!
    thank you


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    Hey Maurice,


    Which devices are you interested in exactly? A few years ago I wrote a little article about it myself. Maybe I can give you a few tips.


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    Dirk


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    Quote Originally Posted by Maurice View Post
    Hi guys,
    Im currenty writing an essay about laboratorys and more specific: about new devices on the market.
    I would be thankful if you have some interesting products for me or even better, a personal experience about some devices that you use in your laboratory.
    Any comment is helpful!
    thank you
    No offence intended and this may be something you’re already aware of. Case in point is your claim of being a writer, and honestly, I’m not sure if you really are or just someone looking to gather intel and sue somebody.

    I’ve never worked in a lab but I have written a few things. I don’t have a device, only advice. The plural of laboratory, and I double checked (Miriam Webster) to make sure, is laboratories. If you advertise yourself as a writer and intend to use this word multiple times then perhaps using spellcheck is a good idea prior to posting, let alone publishing an article. Thus the validity of your writer claim may become suspect, that’s all.
    All that belongs to human understanding, in this deep ignorance and obscurity, is to be skeptical, or at least cautious; and not to admit of any hypothesis, whatsoever; much less, of any which is supported by no appearance of probability...Hume
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