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Portability key to success of oil in water analyser

by Quantitech Ltd  (Jan. 23, 2015)

Quantitech first launched the InfraCal 2, a portable oil in water analyser, in 2013 and the company’s Dr Andrew Hobson says: “There has been a heavy demand for this instrument in the oil sector because of the new functionality that now comes as standard. The InfraCal 2 can now be operated from an internal battery and also provides ...

SEAL Analytical unveils new automated analyzer at Pittcon 2015

by SEAL Analytical Inc.  (Feb. 5, 2015)

The SEAL Analytical booth (4116 & 4117) at Pittcon 2015 will provide visitors with an opportunity to see the latest technologies in both automated discrete analyzers and segmented flow analyzers. A major feature of the SEAL booth will be the new AQ400 automated discrete analyzer. The AQ400, manufactured by SEAL in the US, has been designed to ...

High profile location for ET’s new on-line metals in air analyser

by Enviro Technology Services plc  (Sep. 17, 2014)

Air quality monitoring specialist, Enviro Technology Services Plc has recently installed a state-of-the art, near real-time automatic metals-in-air analyser at the Marylebone Road “super-site” for King’s College London who had funding from NERC. The XACT 625 X-ray fluorescence multi-metals system is understood to be the first of ...

Chemical composition of fracking wastewater

by European Commission, Environment DG  (Feb. 19, 2015)

Wastewater produced by hydraulic fracturing, or ‘fracking’, has been chemically analysed in the most comprehensive study of its kind to date. The researchers found that produced water from three US fracking sites contained a diverse array of chemicals including toxic metals such as mercury and the carcinogens toluene and ethylbenzene. ...

New quantum dot process could lead to super-efficient light-producing technology

by European Commission, Environment DG  (Feb. 12, 2015)

Polarised light forms the basis of many technologies, such as computer monitors. However, current approaches for making polarised light are inefficient, as they produce more than is ultimately used or needed. Researchers may now have found a way to directly produce polarised light using tiny nanostructures, called quantum dots, opening the way for ...

The True North, Strong and Ice-Free – A GLOBE-Net Special Report

by GLOBE Foundation  (Feb. 25, 2015)

It’s not a matter of whether ice-free navigation of the Arctic Ocean will be possible. The issue is how soon this will happen and to what degree. Opinions vary as to how soon ice-free navigation may be possible, but recent studies by the ...

Chromium pollution publication marks 10 years of NPL`s Heavy Metals Network

by National Physical Laboratory (NPL)  (Oct. 27, 2014)

Scientists at the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) have detailed the changing levels of chromium pollution across the UK Heavy Metals Monitoring Network, which celebrates 10 years of NPL operation this month. Chromium, a toxic metal, is being increasingly recognised as an important environmental pollutant, and its emission from industrial ...

Baker’s yeast wastewater has limited effect on groundwater when used for irrigation

by European Commission, Environment DG  (Jan. 29, 2015)

Untreated wastewater from the baker’s yeast industry can be used to irrigate crops without negatively affecting the chemical quality of the groundwater beneath, recently published research concludes. Although the wastewater increased concentrations of some groundwater contaminants in an area with a high water table, these levels would not ...

Global Mining Equipment Market 2014-2018 - Metal, Coal & Mineral Mining Analyzed

by ReportsnReports  (Jun. 23, 2014)

ReportsnReports.com adds report Global Mining Equipment Market 2014-2018 to its store. Mining equipment is used to extract various minable resources such as metals, coal, and minerals from the earth. Mining companies use mining equipment to extract mined products such as iron ore, ...

Two HORIBA Scientific Workbench Articles are in the Top 10 of Spectroscopy Magazine’s 14 Biggest Stories of the Year

by HORIBA Europe GmbH  (Jan. 21, 2015)

HORIBA Scientific, global leader in Raman spectroscopy systems, is proud to announce that two articles written by our application scientists were selected by the editors of Spectroscopy Magazine’s to be included in their list of 14 of the biggest stories in 2014. The number one ...

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