Application Notes

Oct 17, 2017
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Although helium has traditionally been the most common carrier gas used for gas chromatography in the U.S., because of dwindling supplies, costs have been rising and delivery times have been increasing. Hydrogen is becoming the gas of choice among chromatographers because it is easily, safely and inexpensively produced via on-site gas generators.
Oct 17, 2017
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A completely automated system for dried blood spot (DBS) extraction, SPE clean-up, and LC-MS/MS analysis is presented and analysis data evaluated. DBS extraction methods and different SPE cartridge sorbents are evaluated for a variety of drugs.
Sep 01, 2017
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Agilent’s 5110 ICP-OES with a vertical torch provides the ultimate configuration for determining tough samples while achieving detection limits expected from an axially viewed plasma. The plug-and-play torch with MFC control of all plasma gases eliminates the torch alignment process that is often required when analyzing challenging samples, and ensures consistent and reproducible results.
Aug 15, 2017
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By Horiba
Raman hyperspectral imaging is indispensable in the QC of pharmaceuticals. This powerful analytical tool allows researchers to characterize samples in terms of chemical and physical properties by adding information on spatial distribution.
Jul 12, 2017
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This interview is to understand how Sarah Marshall at Brelje and Race Laboratories in Santa Rosa uses our instrument iCAP RQ ICP-MS for environmental analysis. We will try to understand analytical applications in her company, especially the ones that use ICP-MS, how the instrument helped her company to improve the productivity and efficiency by switching AA to ICP-MS. Meanwhile, we also want to know what Sarah sees as the trend for using ICP-MS in the northern California wine country area.
Jul 12, 2017
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Need help developing your flame AA analytical methods?

This easy-reference e-Primer helps you set up instrumentation and operating conditions for more than 60 elements, with tips for optimal performance. It also includes application guidance for sample types in areas such as environmental, food, agriculture, chemicals, minerals, and more.
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Jun 23, 2017
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The RA802 Pharmaceutical Analyzer rapidly determines API/excipient domain statistics, enabling you to formulate tablets more efficiently.
Jun 12, 2017
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By WiTec
Raman spectroscopy and confocal Raman imaging are important techniques for characterizing the chemical compositions of materials. The quality of the information acquired, however, is highly dependent upon the sensitivity of the high-resolution Raman imaging system. This eBook on Confocal 3D Raman Imaging offers some background information on Raman spectroscopy, recent advances, and several practical applications for the technique. Such novel applications for Raman spectroscopy include for biopreservation and forensic pharmaceutical investigations.
Jun 09, 2017
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Agilent’s Multimode Sample Introduction System (MSIS) is a flexible sample introduction system for the determination of hydride and non-hydride elements by ICP-OES. It can be operated in three modes: conventional nebulization mode, vapor generation mode or dual mode. In dual mode both hydride and non-hydride elements can be measured at the same time, eliminating complicated, time consuming sample introduction changeovers without sacrificing sensitivity to reduce instrument downtime.
May 24, 2017
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Design features incorporated into the HPX Series inert hotplates give unmatched temperature uniformity across the heating surface, providing greater control over sample digestion and evaporation. Incorporating more cartridge heaters than are typically used in inert hotplates reduces temperature variability across the heating surface. In addition, the use of premium, ISO-molded, low porosity graphite gives superior thermal conductivity and also allows for a high integrity PFA coating which protects the heating block, prevents corrosion and contamination, and extends operating life. Temperature Uniformity In trace metals analysis, consistency in sample treatment during sample preparation is critical to data quality.
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