A part of the evolution series, this editorial focuses on the history of lab refrigerators and freezers. The article was published in a two-page spread in Lab Manager Magazine’s November 2010 issue.
This editorial documents the evolution of lab refrigerators and freezers from the invention of the first refrigeration machine in 1805, to the invention of the continuous process of liquefying large volumes of gas in 1876, which led to the development of modern refrigeration. The article also tackles the future possibilities for innovating alternative safe and effective refrigerants.
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"Evolution of Lab Refrigerators and Freezers"