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HPLC resources to help you start the new year right

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We can help you reach your 2019 goals Happy New Year! Is improving your HPLC workflows one of your resolutions for 2019? Whether you are considering the move from HPLC to UHPLC, investigating all the benefits of charged aerosol detection, or just want to hone your skills and learn some new tips, the useful resources […]

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Celebrate the holiday season with safe food

Food analytical testing information   Ensuring the safety of the world’s food supply is critical. At any point in the process, products may become contaminated and unfit for consumption. Whether you are ensuring regulatory compliance or enhancing nutrition, our food safety testing solutions strengthen the entire food chain so you can deliver the uncompromised food […]

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Pharmaceutical impurities webinar series

  Join our pharmaceutical impurities webinars to hear from leaders in the field how you can optimize your impurity analysis workflows to obtain greater productivity, sensitivity, accuracy and reproducibility to meet increasing regulatory requirements and lower limits of detection. Learn how to achieve all of this, while also increasing laboratory efficiency and reducing the cost […]

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New pharmaceutical extractables & leachables, or food contact materials resources

Various materials are used throughout the food & drug manufacturing and packaging chain and can give rise to migration (leaching) where chemical substances and metals can transfer to the product. Packaging can be constructed from any one of a diverse range of plastics, paper and board, composites, glass, metal, or cork. Regulations are complex, but […]

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Use the cleanest SPE to get the best analytical results! Test now and experience our awesome quality.

Are you convinced that you are using the best possible Solid Phase Extraction in your lab gaining the cleanest extracts and the best concentration factor? Test our unique Solid Phase Extraction (SPE) products now! Request free test packs   Are you using GC in your lab? If your method of detection is GC or GCMS, […]

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New IC webinar available: Polar and ionic components in pharma and biopharma

New on-demand educational IC webinar session available Polar and ionic components in the pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical industry   This session gives an overview on ion chromatography solutions for pharma and biopharma analysis. Hear examples of counter ion and degradation products analysis and learn about bio-ion chromatography for anions, organic acids, sulfur containing compounds, carbohydrates, amino […]

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Learn the best methods to remove and correct interference for trace elemental analysis

The analysis of trace elements in a range of samples is performed using AAS, ICP-OES and ICP-MS. To achieve accuracy and precision it is important to use instruments with features that correct interferences, for example, spectral and isobaric.   Dramatically reduce interferences in your laboratory!   ICP-OES Learn about common ICP-OES interferences and how to […]

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Brominated Flame Retardants – Still a Hot Topic at Dioxin 2018

In August 2018 I was fortunate to be able to attend, for the first time, the Dioxin 2018 conference in Krakow, Poland. This conference combined the 38th International Symposium on Halogenated Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) & 10th International PCB Workshop as described in a previous post by Maddalena Bonanomi. I was not only surprised by the number of chemical classes of […]

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Webinar: Shed light on your reactive extrusion process with Rheo-FTIR analysis

So many products need different compositions of thermoplastic polyurethanes (TPUs) today. How can you be sure the reaction extrusion process yields end products that meet your requirements? Watch this free webinar and learn from Dr. João M. Maia, Director of the Center of Advanced Polymer Processing at Case Western Reserve University. Professor Maia will address […]

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