What is a centrifugal force?

Centrifugal Force

What is a centrifugal force?

What is a centrifugal force?

Centrifugal force is the outward force generated when an object is being rotated. This phenomenon is used on separating substances in a centrifuge. Substances, like blood cells, organelles or DNA, are separated by their density. The higher the density, the higher the centrifugal force it is experiencing and hence being pushed to the bottom of the tube. The less the density, the upper will be the final position.

Dynamica provides you with a variety of selections for benchtop centrifuges.

Find out more about our centrifuge: https://dynamica-sci.com/products/centrifuges

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