Quantum mechanics mathematically explains the behavior of matter, of very small things such as atoms and subatomic particles. Researchers are probing the universe at every level, great and small, using advanced gadgets and laboratory equipment. MIT researchers for instance, are out to prove that the universe is based on the less tangible probabilities of quantum mechanics and not on the laws of classical physics as laid down in textbooks.
Albert Einstein’s theory of relativity holds together the realm of quantum mechanics. Einstein introduced a novel understanding regarding the structure of light. He theorized that light can behave as if it consists of discrete, independent particles of energy and that the speed of light in a vacuum is not dependent on the motion of all observers. In some ways, light particles behave like particles of gas. Albert Einstein is unique in that his theory is grounded on deep observation and precise surmises. It cannot be challenged or disproved easily. Moreover, it has the quality of reproducibility.
Quality, precision and reproducibility are factors indispensable to lab products. Today, the Einstein correlation to laboratory products holds good more than ever. Lab equipment manufacturers are focused on building “Quality, Precision and Reproducibility” into the instruments they produce. From balances and scales, centrifuges, water baths, autoclaves, incubators and refrigerators to blood gas analyzers, electrolyte analyzers, chemistry analyzers, immunology analyzers, hematology analyzers, coagulation analyzers and microscopes, manufacturers adhere to the highest standards of accuracy and consistency. Whether it’s a clinical laboratory or a high profile laboratory in a scientific research facility, the need for quality, timeliness and accuracy in tests and experiments is crucial. Modern lab equipment is made of high quality material to ensure durability and meets the challenging demands of modern laboratories.