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The glovebox generates an inert atmosphere of nitrogen with controlled levels of oxygen and moisture. This glovebox allows us to store samples that can be oxidized in atmosphere. We also use the glovebox to store and manipulate reagents that react with air or moisture. The camera also has a refrigerator to store reagents that require low temperatures.
Workplace: Nanomagnetism Laboratory | Department of Physics – Block C | Universidad de Santiago de Chile | Avenida Ecuador 3493, Estación Central, Santiago – Chile.
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