In the Lab: Acid Memory



November 10, 2020

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  • How to Combat Acid Memory What is acid memory? Acid memory is when the acid vapor becomes trapped in vessels through repeated use. It can cause problems after long term use; vessels may absorb microwave energy differently, causing some vessels to heat faster than others. It happens in all Teflon® digestion vessels due to Teflon’s porous properties. Sam Heckle, one of CEM's expert chemists, explains how to mitigate and combat acid memory. Our Applications Teams, Sales Support Staff, and Service Personnel are all available and able to help. Need to contact them? Don't hesitate: Analytical Method Support: Sales Support: Service/Service Contracts/Hardware:

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