Researchers at Purdue Univ. have pioneered a separation technique that can be used in everything from homeland security and law enforcement to drug discovery and biomedical applications. The technique, called slug flow microextraction, makes it possible to quickly detect the presence of drugs or monitor certain medical conditions using only a single drop of blood or urine.
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Agilent Technologies’ 5100 Inductively Coupled Plasma – Optical Emission Spectrometer (ICP/OES) allows customers to run samples faster, using less gas and without compromising performance on even the toughest samples.
More detailed and comprehensive data analysis through MS solutions is revolutionizing the biological and clinical research industry.
New technologies are making it easier, faster and more reliable to detect explosives or highly energetic materials before they can be used.
Capillary electrophoresis has emerged as a powerful tool in the fight against adulterated food and beverage.
The capabilities of ion chromatography are essential as hexavalent chromium limits plunge ever lower in the attempt to ensure safe drinking water for all.
A decades-old theory and a new super-localization microscopy method have teamed to advance the efficiency of ion chromatography in drug discovery applications.
With the Flexar PDA Plus, PerkinElmer’s addition to its Flexar liquid chromatography product family, scientists analyzing environmental, food, pharmaceutical and chemical samples can better meet industry regulations and higher throughput demand.
Terracon Corp.’s non-metallic media slurry tank is ideal for process-scale chromatography and other biotechnology applications.
Agilent Technologies’ X-ray Diffraction CCD Detectors with Smart Sensitivity Control—the Eos S2, Atlas S2 and Titan S2—offer active areas of 92, 135 and 165 mm, respectively, and automatically adapt their sensitivity based on the strength of the diffraction from the sample being studied.
Waters Corp., Milford, Mass., has published an all-new 212-page Beginner's Guide to Solid Phase Extraction (SPE). The book includes chapters on terms and calculations, methods development, troubleshooting, understanding how liquid chromatography makes SPE powerful, benefits of SPE, an extensive glossary of terms and numerous applications.
Applied Rigaku Technologies’ low-cost, high-resolution benchtop Energy Dispersive X-ray Fluorescence (EDXRF) elemental analyzer, the NEX QC+, delivers rapid quantitative determination of sodium to uranium in solids, liquids, powders and alloys.
The LabRAM HR Evolution from HORIBA Scientific offers a fully automated, extended wavelength range capability. It has an enhanced achromatic optical design with a high focal length.
CRAIC Technologies has added Raman microspectroscopy capabilities to its 20/20 Perfect Vision microspectrophotometer. Users of the microspectrophotometer now have the ability to acquire Raman spectra, with lasers from the blue to the near infrared, in addition to UV/Vis-NIR absorbance, reflectance, fluorescence and emission microspectra.
Agilent Technologies’ 1290 Infinity Evaporative Light-Scattering Detector and 1260 Infinity Evaporative Light-Scattering Detector provide up to 9x higher sensitivity, better efficiency and greater reproducibility than other ELSDs.
Chromatography itself can be used as an automated sample preparation procedure for sample purification in drug discovery. Automating solid phase extraction (SPE) is also increasingly useful for rapid sample prep and purification for chromatographic or other analyses.
Solid-phase extraction (SPE) is one of the most common chromatographic processes, and, in recent years, the growth of automated SPE has catapulted its use in laboratories. As a result, SPE systems are becoming more integrated—being made more compatible with liquid chromatography mass spectrometry (LCMS) systems, or combined with LCMS in one system.
New capabilities such as advanced detectors and optics are improving the use of infrared and Raman spectroscopy in the chemical analysis and validation of art objects. The analysis of art objects is conducted for a variety of purposes, with authentication being the most visible.
METTLER TOLEDO’s Quantos powder and liquid dispensing auxiliary modules can be added to any 0.1 or 0.01 mg XP Excellence Series analytical balance.
Metrohm’s customizable 815 Robotic Soliprep can completely automate the preparation and analysis of liquid and solid samples in ion chromatography, incorporating a range of tasks that include pulverizing, homogenizing, extracting, filtering and diluting.
Polymer Char’s reliable and fully automated 4D Gel Permeation Chromatography (GPC/SEC) system is a suited solution to measure the composition and molar mass of polyolefins.
Wyatt Technology's Möbius light scattering instrument makes reliable, reproducible and non-destructive zeta potential measurements of macromolecules as small as 1 nm, under dilute solution conditions.
Linking chromatography and infrared spectroscopy provides a fast tool for the usually time intensive process of characterizing polymer blends.
Ion chromatography followed by post-column reaction and UV-Vis detection leads to the accurate detection of chromium(VI), a known toxin and carcinogen found in U.S. drinking water.
In a self-perpetuating cycle, new and improved chromatography technologies are enhancing the capabilities of existing applications, while also opening up new ones.
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