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  • Q How do you choose a centrifuge?

    A
    The main factors to consider to ensure you make the right choice when selecting a lab centrifuge are:
    Maximum RPM and RCF.
    Rotors available.
    Temperature range.
    Safety features.
    Logistical factors.
    Warranty options.
  • Q What type of centrifuge is used for blood?

    A Almost all centrifuges can be used for blood. We need to consider how many g and sample volumes when we run a centrifuge.
  • Q Should I centrifuge RPM or g?

    A A good, precise protocol for centrifugation instructs you to use the g force rather than RPMs because the rotor size might differ, and g force will be different while the revolutions per minute stay the same.
  • Q What does g mean in centrifuge?

    A The relative centrifugal force (RCF) or the g force is the radial force generated by the spinning rotor as expressed relative to the earth's gravitational force. The g force acting on particles is exponential to the speed of rotation defined as revolutions per minute (RPM).
  • Q What is one of the most important rules when using a centrifuge?

    A
    Ensure that the sample tubes are at an equal volume. 
    Then make sure that the tubes are balanced within the centrifuge by placing tubes directly opposite of each other.
  • Q How does a centrifuge work?

    A A centrifuge is a device, generally driven by an electric motor, that puts an object, e.g., a rotor, in a rotational movement around a fixed axis. A centrifuge works by using the principle of sedimentation: Under the influence of gravitational force (g-force), substances separate according to their density.
  • Q What is the centrifuge tube?

    A
    You know the centrifuge usually spins a container to separate the materials.
    Centrifuge tube is the most common container.
    There are several kinds of centrifuge tubes. Plastic or glass material ones. Conical-bottom ones or round-bottom ones.
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