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Whether you are researching for a new purchase or looking to expand your testing capabilities, we have a number of rich application notes for you to explore.
Article provides a useful comparison of the ICP-OES and XRF techniques for quantitative elemental analysis.
Brochure – Discover simple, accurate, and precise elemental analysis of food and feed products using the Bruker S2 PUMA Benchtop XRF.
This application note describes how to characterize rubber and plastic materials using micro-furnace multi mode pyrolysis GC/MS.
this application note, we’ll describe how to perform comparison/failure analysis of an organic polymeric material using Pyrolysis-GC/MS.
This application note describes how to identify the chemical composition of compounded rubber using a double-shot GC/MS technique.
This ebook provides a comprehensive guide to the history, principles and applications of thermal desorption for gas chromatography.
This application note describes the analysis of phthalates, which are widely used as plasticizers by industry to enhance product durability.
This application note on rock eval analysis using thermal vaporization/pyrolysis-GC/MS technique was done in collaboration with the University of Houston.
This applications guide provides a comprehensive overview of environmental monitoring of chemicals in the air and the workplace using thermal desorption.
This application booklet describes how to analyze 3D printing and coating components using pyrolysis-GC/MS.
This tech note describes how to perform pharmaceuticals analysis using benchtop x-ray solutions, including XRD and XRF instrumentation.
The S2 PUMA ED-XRF is a multi-element analyzer, providing everything you need to measure and monitor elements in your samples.
The S2 POLAR ED-XRF is a multi-element oil analyzer, providing fully norm-compliant to regulations like ASTM D6481-14 and ASTM D7751-16.
The S2 POLAR ED-XRF is a multi-element oil analyzer, and fully norm-compliant according to regulations like ASTM D6481-14 and ASTM D7751-16.
This cannabis industry eBook explores the rapid screening of cannabinoids in edibles by thermal desorption TD-GC/MS and TD-GC/FID.
This application note describes a microspectroscopy solution for analyzing unknown, small particulates in distrilled spirits.
This application note describes how an on-line FTIR spectrometer provides real-time monitoring of alcohol and ether concentrations in gasolines as per ASTM D5845.
This eBook, Material Characterization in the Automotive Industry Using Multi-Mode Pyrolysis GC/MS, is a comprehensive guide for the pyrolysis GC/MS technique and its use in the automotive industry.
Application guide describe how the Frontier pyrolysis system can solve analytical problems related to polymer processing, forensics, energy, additives, coatings, paints, and more.
This application note describes an application where a microscope interfaced with a FTIR spectrometer can provide the necessary composition information to identify microplastics, a major source of marine and environmental pollution.
Application guide describe the role of thermal desorption (TD) in whole air testing of car cabins, direct desorption of small samples, and other applications in vehicle manufacturing.
Glycol dehydration of liquified natural gas and liquified petroleum gas is a common method of purifying raw materials in the petrochemical industries. This application note describes how to measure water in glycol using a solid-state FTIR sensor for real-time on-line measurements.
This tech note outlines how the SurveyIR FTIR microspectroscopy accessory, when paired with an FTIR instrument, can perform accurate sample identification.
This white paper illustrates how Agilent Intuvo can present well over US $50,000 of ROI compared to a conventional air-bath oven GC system, even in the first year.
Quick identification of contaminants can improve efficiency and reduces costs. This application note outlines how the SurveyIR FTIR microspectroscopy accessory make this analysis accessible to QC and production laboratories.
This application note describes validation of a thermal desorption system for on-line monitoring of a complex mix of VOC hydrocarbons. This includes volatile and very volatile compounds (‘ozone precursors’) in ambient air.
This application note explores the Fourier transform near infrared (FT-NIR) analysis of hydroxyl value in polymer applications, including polyether polyols, isocyanate number during polyurethane reaction and styrene concentration in SBC pellets.
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