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High-resolution separations

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



Ultralight elemental analysis by EDXRF

Ultralight elemental analysis by EDXRF



New applications notes released for spectrometer

US provider of compact NMR and MRI instruments releases three new applications notes on its spectrometetry solutions



Novel atomic absorption spectrometers enable analysis of non-metals for the first time

The High-Resolution Continuum Source AAS technology (HR-CS AAS) now also enables the detection of non-metals using an AAS instrument, the contrAA from Analytik Jena



Rapid, cost effective foreign material identification

RSSL’s rapid route to identifying foreign material in food, can help you quickly detect production issues or deal promptly with consumer complaints.



Ocean Optics spectrometers enable field application

A pair of super-lightweight miniature spectrometers from Ocean Optics is helping researchers investigate plant parameters in a verdant patch of New Zealand grassland.



Multichannel spectroscopy, for those special occasions

Avantes' miniature spectrometers are well known for their high resolution in a small package. However, sometimes you want a combination of a broad range with a high resolution and that's where the Avantes Multichannel spectrometers come in handy.



High resolution quadrupole mass spectrometer

The all new Extrel MAXCS-50 Series quadrupole mass spectrometer from Henniker Scientific has been released and directly addresses research applications requiring high sensitivity gas analysis of low molecular weight species.



Analysis of cadmium in chocolate by atomic absorption spectrometry

The contamination of foodstuffs with heavy metals is a major food safety-related issue around the globe. Hazel Dickson shows how graphite furnace atomic absorption spectrometry can be used to accurately determine cadmium concentrations in chocolate.



Versatile mass spectrometry software solution

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



Atomic absorption spectrometry provides mercury analysis in fish

Mercury contamination in fish is a worldwide problem. Here, Dr Andrew David Bowen and Hazel Dickson provide details of the reagents, sample preparation and instrument conditions needed to analyse low levels of it using atomic absorption spectrometry.



Mass spectrometry developments

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



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.



Mass spectrometry efficiency rises

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



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