Mass flow controllers for food and beverage processing

Precise flow control maintains process integrity and product quality

Powerful and simple to use mass spectrometers

Laboratories are demanding low-cost, high throughput, affordable mass spec solutions

High-resolution mass spectrometer is 'fastest'

Provides access to powerful new workflows for comprehensive exploration, rapid profiling

Affordable mass screening to curb pandemics

Portable system enables mass health screenings to be conducted at strategic locations

Mass spec certified vials presentation online

Following the recent launch of the industry's first pre-cleaned chromatography vials - the National Scientific MS certified vials - data demonstrating the effectiveness of pre-cleaning was presented in this poster at HPLC 2010.

Greenland ice sheet losing mass

Ice loss from the Greenland ice sheet, which has been increasing during the past decade over its southern region, is now moving up its northwest coast, according to a new international study.

Versatile mass spectrometry software solution

Research and production in an industrial chemistry environment often have quite different requirements regarding mass spectrometry.

Mass spectroscopy applications speed up metabolite analysis

The drug discovery process will be more accurate and less expensive, and metabolite analysis much quicker as a result of two novel mass spectrometry applications. Sean Ottewell reports.

Genetics: Surviving mass extinction

Researchers have presented remarkable evidence that planktonic foraminifera may have survived mass extinction by taking refuge on the sea floor.

ITQ 700 GC-Ion Trap Mass Spectrometer

Combining the low detection levels achievable with ITQ 700 GC-ion trap mass spectrometer with a QuEChERS sample preparation method allows laboratory scientists to greatly enhance sample throughput without sacrificing levels of detection.

New mass spectrometric method

Researchers have developed a new method to quickly and reliably detect metabolites, such as sugars, fatty acids, amino acids and other organic substances from plant or animal tissue samples.

Mass spectrometric comparison and evaulation of GC-MS and LC-MS analyses

The Compare tool recently developed for the mass spectra evaluation software package MassLib finds both qualitative and quantitative differences between two GC-MS or LC-MS analyses and presents the results graphically and in tabular form.

Mass spectrometry developments

The latest developments in the mass spectrometry market are dominated by collaborations between suppliers. Applied Biosystems has announced three new services.

Getting more out of Mass Spec

Large mass spectral data bases containing several hundred thousand spectra are commercially available. Most search algorithms rank the spectra found in a database.

Mass spectrometry

High-definition mass spectrometry system and a linear ion trap mass spectrometer feature electron transfer dissociation technology 

Standard file formats – taking mass spectrometry a step forward

Standard file formats are critical when immediate and easy access to a range of raw instrument data is required.

New ion trap mass spectrometer boosts protein characterisation

Anew ion trap liquid chromatograph and mass spectrometer (LC/MS) that allows scientists to study proteins in a manner that was previously achievable only on a million-dollar floor-standing instrument that requires a dedicated operator.

Mass spectrometry efficiency rises

A new software package that raises the efficiency of mass spectrometry is now available from Autoscribe.

Measuring absolute molar mass and physical size of polymers

As the properties of a polymer can depend greatly on its size, there has always been a need to be able to measure it, both in terms of molar mass and physical size. The earliest polymers studied were materials such as elastomers and, later, synthetic polymers like polyethylenes or polypropylenes. The range of samples studied has since increased enormously with the realisation that many biological functions are also controlled by molar mass, size and shape.

Evaporative light scattering detection: indicator of a mass response in LC work

Evaporative light scattering detection (ELSD) has become well established in the field of liquid chromatography (LC), writes Jeanie Watkins.






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