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mercur – fully automatic Hg ultra trace analysis

mercur is a compact system specially optimized for the complete, cost-efficient determination of mercury traces down to the ng level more

A Potpourri on Application Diversity - The Outstanding Elemental Analyzer multi EA® 5000

The multi EA® 5000 from Analytik Jena sets high standards in the multi-element analysis of C, N, S, Cl as well as TOC and AOX/TOX. Its double furnace more

Autosampler for the fully automated Analysis of up to 84 Samples

Analytik Jena‘s solid AA® technology offers an interesting alternative of conventional methods of elemental analysis: The direct solid AAS more

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A Potpourri on Application Diversity - The Outstanding Elemental Analyzer multi EA® 5000

The multi EA® 5000 is much more than just a further development of our many years of analytical experience. It represents a new generation of elemental analyzers. Analyzers that are setting standards! It is versatile, reliable, easy to operate and capable of so much more than just elemental analysis more

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Analytical Instruments | Aurora Instruments Ltd.

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CETAC

                                              CETAC partners with Photon Machines, Inc. for the advancement of LA-ICP-MS New CETAC Sales Representative for Southern United States CETAC introduces ASXpress™ Rapid Sample Introduction System New DigiLaz III™ Software Released for CETAC Laser Ablation S more

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