Sample Preparation

If sample material is not adequately prepared, the ensuing analytical detection step will fail to yield accurate results. To prevent this from happening, often tiring work procedures need to be performed. These can be avoided when using dedicated instruments, such as mills, microwave digestion systems or sample concentrators as well as readily prepared solutions or kits. This not only makes detection easier but also ensures that the results are reproducible.

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Fusion Technology for X-Ray Fluorescence Analysis

FLUXANA offers its customers electrical and gas operated fusion systems. Fusion is used to achieve highest precision for analysis with XRF or ICP more

Automated Sample Preparation System not only for GC/MS & LC/MS

Samples are precious and often unique. PAL Systems make sure that these samples give reproducible and traceable results more

High Energy Ball Mill Emax - Revolutionizing Ultrafine Grinding

With the Emax RETSCH has developed an entirely new type of ball mill for ultrafine grinding with highest energy input more

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FRITSCH Planetary Mills premium line - for grinding down to the nanometer range!

Discover with the new FRITSCH premium line a completely new dimension in high-tech milling. For the first time ever, never known before, rotational speeds and ultrafine grinding results down into the nano range are achieved. Due to the time-saving premium grinding bowl locking-system, the automatic more

Premium Disk Mill for Sample Preparation for Efficient Fine Grinding Down to 50 µm!

The premium model of the FRITSCH Disk Mill for efficient fine grinding of hard-brittle to medium-hard solids: Even safer due to the automatic locking of the collecting vessel and grinding chamber, even easier to operate due to the convenient motor-driven grinding gap adjustment with digital gap disp more

High Energy Ball Mill Emax - Revolutionizing Ultrafine Grinding

The Emax is an entirely new type of ball mill for high energy milling. The unique combination of high friction and impact results in extremely fine particles within the shortest amount of time. The high energy input is a result of an unrivaled speed of 2000 min-1 and the optimized, lengthy jar desig more

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  • Plastics analysis at analytica 2014: Optimum quality assurance thanks to the latest developments

    Modern and functional materials play an increasingly important role in our everyday lives – from medical instruments and consumer goods to industrial high-tech products in the electronics and automotive industries. Complex materials testing and quality control call for increasingly sophisticated dev more

  • Raman keeps lipstick evidence in the bag

    Scientists at the University of Kent, UK have used Raman spectroscopy to identify different types and brands of lipstick on crime scene evidence without having to remove it from the evidence bag. Lipstick marks can link someone to a crime scene and can be crucial for establishing physical contact be more

  • Super-sensitive detection of asbestos in soil samples

    A new method of sample preparation, developed by a group of US scientists, promises to increase the sensitivity of asbestos analysis 100-fold, to the point where it can be used to detect the substance in soil. Although at a low level, asbestos contamination in soil is of potential concern. If such s more

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  • On-line particle analysis in wet processes

    Fully automated particle size measurement technology integrated with existing plant control platforms for ease of use has the potential to deliver numerous benefits. At plants where a switch to on-line analysis has been made it is frequently easier or possible to: more

  • Good Reasons to Use ATR Libraries

    Transmission spectroscopy was the only method in general use until the early 1960s. The first applications of attenuated total reflection (ATR) or internal reflection spectroscopy were reported independently by Fahrenfort and Harrick. Especially macromolecular materials (rubbers, fibers, fabrics, coatings, laminates etc), which often failed to yield useful transmittance spectra, became accessible for infrared spectroscopic investigations by the ATR technique. Meanwhile, the ATR technique has been proven to be an extremely useful technique for material analysis and has become more widely used for all but gaseous samples. more

  • Pressure Digestion for Sample Preparation

    What analyst does not wish for a universal method for processing all his or her samples? Pressure digestion represents just such a procedure for sample digestions and is therefore one of the standard sample preparation procedures currently employed in analytical chemistry for element quantification more

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