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Companies Analytical Chemistry

Polymer Characterization, S.A., Spain

Polymer Char is devoted to the development of state-of-the-art instrumentation for Polyolefin Analysis. The company offers the broadest and most modern range of instruments and services for polymer analysis and more specifically, for structural characterization of polyolefins, such as Molar Mass Di more

Teclis SAS, France

TECLIS INSTRUMENTS has been the market leader in innovative instruments for surface and interface physico-chemistry since 1991 (formerly IT CONCEPT). TECLIS INSTRUMENTS designs, manufactures and markets equipment, and provides analysis to characterize dispersed systems such as foams and emulsions. more

Products Analytical Chemistry

Software development services in the area of instrumentation, automation, and data management

Execom is a software engineering house focused on the entire development cycle - from idea, design, production to maintenance of complex software solutions more

Ultra-sensitive Compact Raman Spectrometers & Systems – Research & OEM, 248-1064 nm

Low f/#, high throughput optical designs for maximum sensitivity & speed ✓ Highly configurable, from modular to fully integrated; free software & SDKs ✓ Compact, thermally stable, robust design with high reproducibility for OEMs more

News Analytical Chemistry

  • Waters Collaborates with Dr. Sunghwan Kim of Kyungpook National University to Advance Precision Analysis of Complex Chemical Compounds

    Waters Corporation has formally expanded its long-standing, collaborative relationship with Dr. Sunghwan Kim of Kyungpook National University to further explore the use of Waters’ cutting-edge ion mobility spectrometry (IMS) in the investigation of compounds in complex mixtures. Identifying unknown more

  • Trends in analysis

    From March 31 to April 3, 2020, analytica, the world’s leading trade fair for laboratory technology, analysis and biotechnology, will be held, now for the 27th time, on the exhibition grounds in Munich. From March 31 to April 2, it will be accompanied by the analytica conference, where scientists wi more

  • Cheap and simple detection of neurotoxic chemicals

    There is a limited amount of data on the global health impacts of pesticides, but many injuries and deaths worldwide can be attributed to their misuse. Pesticide contamination of food and water sources is a very serious problem, particularly in third world countries. The detection of these chemicals more

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Infographics Analytical Chemistry

Infrared (IR) Spectroscopy

I’ve been covering infrared spectroscopy recently with one of my A level classes, and realised that I haven’t really come across an aesthetically appealing reference chart for the frequencies of absorption – which seemed like as good an excuse as any to make one myself. So, here it is! Now, if you’r more

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q&more articles Analytical Chemistry

  • Mercury in the environment

    Mercury is undisputedly one of the most toxic elements. In 2013, the Minamata Convention on Mer-cury to restrict the production and emission of this heavy metal was adopted in Geneva. It regulates the production, use and storage of mercury. For example, new mines may no longer be built and existing ones must be closed within 15 years. more

  • Coffee – A world of variety

    Turning green coffee into roasted brown beans conjures myths, trends and desires. From the small gourmet roaster to the industrial plant, the growing consumer interest in quality and variety has increased the need to understand and influence the processes that take place when coffee is being roasted. more

  • DIN/ISO Compliant Calibrations

    Today Analytical Chemistry is embedded in a strictly regulated environment and it has to be ensured that verifiable and officially authorised methods are used. How can this be achieved in a reproducible and unequivocal way? Here we approach this question with respect to the problem of establishing and interpreting calibrations in Instrumental Analysis. more

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Authors Analytical Chemistry

  • Dr. Björn Meermann

    Björn Meermann, born in 1982, studied chemistry at the University of Münster and obtained his doctorate in 2009 in the working group of Prof. Dr. Uwe Karst. This was followed by a postdoctoral period of almost two years at the University of Ghent (Belgium) in the working group of Prof. Dr. Frank Van more

  • Prof. Dr. Gavin O’Connor

    Gavin O’Connor was born in Dublin and completed a Diploma in analytical chemistry at Athlone Institute of Technology, Ireland, in 1993. He continued his studies in analytical chemistry to B.Sc. level in the UK before completing his PhD in mass spectrometry at the University of Plymouth in 1998. From more

  • Dr. Stefan Meisen

    Stefan Meisen, born in 1971, studied chemistry first at the University of Dortmund and then later at the University of Duisburg-Essen, where he also earned his doctorate in 2008 in analytical chemistry. Within this time he stayed for about one year as a scholar at the Technical University of Košice. more

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Analytical chemistry Analytical chemistry is the study of the chemical composition of natural and artificial materials . Unlike other major sub disciplines of chemistry such as inorganic chemistry and organic chemistry , analytical chemistry ... more

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