Microwave Technology

Warm in next to no time! Microwaves perform this feat not only in the kitchen but in the lab, too, where easy dosability and low energy consumption are added benefits. Employed for analysis or synthesis, under high or ambient pressure, in organic chemistry or biochemistry, microwave technology has come of age and is constantly conquering new fields of use, such as peptide synthesis.

Products Microwave Technology

CEM's Remarkably Intelligent Microwave Digestion System

Totally redesigned with an impressive list of features and capabilities, MARS 6 was developed to make microwave sample preparation virtually effortless more

Microwave Digestion at Its Best

Multiwave 7000 with its Pressurized Digestion Cavity reliably digests every kind of sample in disposable, Quartz or PTFE-TFM vials with plug-on caps. more

Sample Preparation on Top – TOPwave

Contamination-free Vessels, to be loaded from above and ensure flexible handling without tools; contact less sensor technology monitors the temperature more

All products on microwave technology

News Microwave Technology

  • Anton Paar starts 2013 with 3 new subsidiaries

    Anton Paar is proud to announce the opening of three new subsidiaries on January 1, 2013. New offices will begin work in Poland, South Africa and Brazil. Brazil: The headquarters ofAnton Paar Brasil Ltda. will be located in Sao Paulo. Sales and service will be coordinated here for all product lines. more

  • Flow Chemistry Scale Up for Microwave Reactions

    Three new Application Notes from Uniqsis Ltd, manufacturers of the FlowSyn™ Continuous Flow Reactor, describe how the system can reproduce and scale up reactions that have been developed using small scale batch reactions in a microwave reactor. Microwave reactors are frequently used for small scale more

  • Biotage AB joins forces with MultiSynTech GmbH and enters the peptide synthesis business

    Biotage announced that the company will enter the peptide synthesis business, through two new agreements with German company MultiSynTech GmbH. The agreements concern both the distribution rights for MultiSynTech's systems and the establishment of a joint development project. The agreements with Mu more

All news on microwave technology

Videos Microwave Technology

Customised Microwave Systems for Sample Preparation

Throughout the process of an analytical investigation, sample preparation - as opposed to the subsequent analytical steps - is the most time-consuming part. Excellent quality and extreme care during the process are essential for a functional analysis. The combination of high performance and carefull more

CEM's Remarkably Intelligent Microwave Digestion System

The microwave digestion system MARS 6 iWave was developed to make microwave digestion and microwave sample preparation virtually effortless. Advances in ICP and ICP-MS systems demand a microwave digestion system capable of providing fast, complete digestions for lower detection limits in a high-thro more

Microwave Digestion at Its Best

Over 35 years ago, Anton Paar developed the first digestion system with a nitrogen pressurized digestion chamber and pressure-sealed vessels – the HPA. Combining the HPA design with modern microwave digestion technology, the Multiwave 7000 represents the best way of acid digestion. Complete acid dig more

White papers Microwave Technology

  • Microwave freeze drying of fruits & vegetables

    The concept of microwave freeze drying is based on smaller footprint, higher energy efficiency and better quality in terms of volatiles compared to conventional freeze drying with long vacuum vessels and huge product loads.The application of microwav more

Events Microwave Technology

Webinar
On-Demand

Selecting the Best Microwave Digestion Technique

With the advancement of microwave technology over the last 20 years, several different options have emerged when choosing a microwave digestion system. In this webinar we will discuss a variety of microwave digestion techniques, and basic considerations for selecting the appropriate technology.

Webinar
On-Demand

Efficient Solvent Extraction Using Microwaves

Microwave Assisted Extraction is becoming an increasingly popular technique for the analysis of extractables from consumer products, and environmental samples. Modern microwave reactors provide significant benefits when compared with traditional extraction methods. This webinar will feature the Mono

Your browser is not current. Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 does not support some functions on Chemie.DE