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Model 433-A - Polarographic Trace Analyser

by Amel Srl     based in Milano, ITALY

Trace analysis have never been important than today where detection of heavy metals and other pollutant compounds requires a continuos surveillance in many samples like water, food, beverages etc. For the first time a high performance static mercury drop electrode and a COMPLETE COMPUTERISED TRACE ANALYSER have been put together in a single, ...

Greyhound GenSphere - Model C1 - 120Å 5µm 25cm x 0.4cm - HPLC Columns

by Greyhound Chromatography     based in Birkenhead, UNITED KINGDOM

The Q-Col range of GenSphere HPLC columns are manufactured using silica of exceptional purity. The Q-Col range of GenSphere HPLC columns are manufactured using silica of exceptional purity. It is a totally porous, perfectly spherical particle, without surface irregularities and having extremely low metals content (Al, Fe, Ti and Zn). The ...

Greyhound GenSphere - Model C1 - 120Å 3µm 10cm x 0.21cm - HPLC Columns

by Greyhound Chromatography     based in Birkenhead, UNITED KINGDOM

The Q-Col range of GenSphere HPLC columns are manufactured using silica of exceptional purity. The Q-Col range of GenSphere HPLC columns are manufactured using silica of exceptional purity. It is a totally porous, perfectly spherical particle, without surface irregularities and having extremely low metals content (Al, Fe, Ti and Zn). The ...

Gasmet - Model DX4015 - Portable FTIR Gas Analyzer for Ambient Air Analysis

by Gasmet Technologies Oy     based in Helsinki, FINLAND

DX4015 is a portable FTIR gas analyzer for ambient air analysis. The key features of the

FischerScope XAN - Model 220 - X-RAY Fluorescence Measuring (XRF) Instruments

by Fischer Technology, Inc.     based in Windsor, CONNECTICUT (USA)

X-ray fluorescence measuring instrument for fast and non-destructive analysis of gold and silver alloys.

FischerScope XAN - Model 315 - X-ray Fluorescence (XRF) Measuring Instrument

by Fischer Technology, Inc.     based in Windsor, CONNECTICUT (USA)

Cost-effective and compact entry-level X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF) Measuring Instrument for fast and non-destructive Analysis and Coating Thickness Measurement of Gold and Silver Alloys

Sensivate Post Column Reactor

by Scientific Systems Inc     based in State College, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)

The SSI Sensivate represents a new level in post-column performance, size and cost. Based on proven pump technology combined with a unique reactor design and disposable heating blocks, you can now achieve post-column derivatization with great performance at an economical price.

Oxford Instruments - Model X-Strata980 - Coating Thickness Measurement and Materials Analysis

by Oxford Instruments Industrial Analysis     based in Abingdon, UNITED KINGDOM

Coating thickness measurement and materials analysis to improve process and quality control with X-ray fluorescence (XRF). The X-Strata is a compact, rugged and reliable quality control XRF benchtop system for simple, rapid, non-destructive coating thickness measurement and materials analysis. It performs excellent coating thickness analysis and ...

Oxford Instruments - Model X-Strata920 - Coating Thickness Measurement and Materials Analysis

by Oxford Instruments Industrial Analysis     based in Abingdon, UNITED KINGDOM

Coating thickness measurement and materials analysis to improve process and quality control with X-ray fluorescence (XRF). The X-Strata is a compact, rugged and reliable quality control XRF benchtop system for simple, rapid, non-destructive coating thickness measurement and materials analysis. It performs excellent coating thickness analysis and ...

Buck Scientific - Model BLC-20G - HPLC Variable Wavelength Binary Gradient

by Buck Scientific Inc     based in East Norwalk, CONNECTICUT (USA)

Gradient HPLC is the ideal technique for analyzing complex samples, while isocratic HPLC is often used for simple mixtures. During gradient HPLC, the strength of the solvent that carries the sample is increased, while in isocratic HPLC, it remains the same. The advantages of gradient HPLC are more specific results in the sample identification and ...

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