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NMR spectrometer case study

The University of Nantes Faculty of Science & Technology uses the Magritek Spinsolve Benchtop NMR system in the development of new methods such as the implementation of ultrafast quantitative 2D NMR

Direct mercury analysis report

Nippon Instruments publishes method for measurement of total mercury in sediment using direct mercury analysis

Thermal imaging for biomedical research

Tissue autofluorescence spectroscopy is a technique that measures the intrinsic light emissions from biological agents upon excitation by a light source

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High-resolution separations

Single quadrupole mass spectrometer provides excellent small molecule sensitivity and mass confirmation for users

The buzz around trace-level detection

Can detect concentrations of insecticide that are less than a fiftieth of the level judged harmful to honeybees

Bench-top NMR system launched

Permits users to resolve compounds dissolved at sub-millimolar concentrations in mixtures such as beverages, fermentations, wastewater and...

Next-gen X-ray crystallography

Paul Swepston introduces a benchtop X-ray crystallography system with hybrid photon counting detector

The Raman revolution

Andrew Williams reports on Raman spectroscopy methods for health applications

Novel UV-visible detector for in-line flow chemistry

Flow-UV detector allows dispersion experiments to be monitored in real time

Raman spectroscopy for process monitoring

Karen Esmonde- White reveals fibre optic sampling probe considerations for in-process quantitative Raman spectroscopy

New gas solution for MS applications

For labs using evaporative light scattering detector instruments and compact mass spectrometers

High resolution and sensitivity in one

For demanding applications including fluorescence, Raman, absorption

New ICP-OES analyser with powerful generator

Generator brings a new level of performance to routine laboratory analysis in industrial and environmental applications

Raman spectroscopy substrates launched

Applications range from detection of explosives and narcotics to food safety

New ultra-high performance spectrometer

Incorporates enlarged molybdenum mass filter rods of 20mm diameter to give ultra-high mass resolution

Lab and beyond

Geoff Harper reports on the burgeoning applications of MS and GC in narcotics and explosives detection

Benchtop Raman imaging system

Renishaw's new RA802 Pharmaceutical Analyser speeds up the analysis of tablet composition and structure

Gas composition measurement in aqueous media

A fine membrane separates the aqueous media from the mass spectrometer sample intake

Advanced ED-XRF performance

Dirk Wissmann explains how the latest innovations can deliver WD-XRF performance at an ED price

Raman’s role in the production line

Karen Esmonde-White on Raman spectroscopy as a process analytical technology for batch or continuous manufacturing

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