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January 11, 2021
Demand for hand sanitizer products has skyrocketed. We describe a fast and easy analysis method for on-site quality control in the production of hand sanitizers.
December 18, 2020
December 16, 2020
December 11, 2020
We tackle one of the most common questions to arise when picking a Raman spectroscopy laser, “Should I choose a single, or multi-spatial mode laser for my application?”
Learn why the spectral properties, pulse width, and simpler design of picosecond lasers provide many advantages over femtosecond lasers for Raman spectroscopy.
Explore the uses of LIBS in the medical/biomedical application space by taking a look at some of the common applications as well as both laser and system requirements.
Learn about the fundamental optical design and advantages of a confocal Raman microscope, as well as the laser requirements and challenges inherent to this method.
December 10, 2020
This app note describes the Hg analysis of fish and animal tissue without any sample preparation and using a single, matrix-independent calibration.
December 09, 2020
In this tech tip, we describe how a well-engineered cuvette holder like Ocean Insight’s Square One enables more accurate and repeatable absorbance measurements.
December 08, 2020
In this application Edinburgh Instruments RMS1000 Raman Microscope, with a heated stage, is used to observe phase transitions in 2 polymers - polyethylene and nylon-6.
Sample preparation and analysis of metals in disposable, non-medical face masks with the Avio® 550 Max ICP-OES to meet the criteria defined in ISO 18562- 4:2017.
This infographic details why Thermo Scientific™ Gallery™ discrete analyzers make wine analysis easy in enology labs and reduce cost per analysis considerably.
Raman OEM applications need consistent spectra to deliver dependable answers. Learn how to achieve >99.5% unit-to-unit agreement using a series of simple corrections.
This application note demonstrates the robust analysis of 25% NaCl samples by ICP-OES. The analysis is simplified by using ceramic D-Torch and the sheath gas.
Analytik Jena’s High-resolution ICP-OES with high sensitivity complies with concentration limits of drinking water regulations without further accessories required.
This application note describes how the Vitesse TOF-ICP-MS from Nu Instruments collects raw data and generates megapixel images for geological and biological samples.
This application note demonstrates how to perform point and mapping analysis on the Rigaku ZSX Primus IV / Primus IVi general purpose WDXRF spectrometers.
November 23, 2020
November 13, 2020
Realize up to 90% cost savings by purifying low-cost reagent grade acids to produce the high-purity acids needed for the lowest ICP-MS detection limits.
November 12, 2020