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 biological fluids

Next-gen X-ray crystallography

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

Raman spectroscopy for process monitoring

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

Raman spectroscopy substrates launched

Applications range from detection of explosives and narcotics to food safety

High precision custom beamsplitters

In optical systems, beamsplitters play a key role in dividing, recombining, and managing the directions of multiple beam paths

Routine purity assessment and reaction monitoring

Magritek expand benchtop NMR capabilities with 31P Phosphorus system

XRD for analysing powders

Fast phase analysis of powders by X-ray diffraction. By Robert C Tisdale

The commercial advantages of Raman

Linking laboratory and process line with optimised Raman solutions. By Lisa Ganster

Enabling technology for quality by design

UV-VIS spectroscopy presents new opportunities for inline control in pharmaceutical extrusion, explains Jan H Johnsen

First component of new spectroscopy range announced

Avantes is now offering the first instrument in its new EVO series: the AvaSpec-ULS2048L-EVO

New tablet press design

Dale Natoli introduces a new solution from a tableting expert

Software solutions handle data from different vendors

Growing end-user demand for interface simplicity and seamless deployment is driving software solutions that can handle data from many different spectroscopy techniques. Sean Ottewell reports

Post-harvest chemical stable isotope labelling

Osama Chahrour and John Malone look at post-harvest chemical stable isotope labelling methods in mass spectrometry-based quantitative proteomics

Analysis of complex mixtures comes into focus

Major advances in mass spectrometry technologies are making analysis of extremely complex mixtures a simpler, more accurate lab task

High-quality ATR data collection

Monolithic diamond attenuated total reflectance accessory offers rapid, detailed sample analysis

Phosphorus-31 capable benchtop NMR spectroscopy system

Spinsolve Phosphorus designed to meet needs pharmaceutical and medicinal chemists, synthetic chemists monitoring reactions, industrial chemists

Improved halogen light source launched

Smaller, more innovative light source for spectroscopy

Portable spectrometers: performance on the move

Sean Ottewell reports on the power, performance and flexibility of portable spectrometers offer many benefits






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