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MLS GmbH, Germany

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AnalytiChem GmbH, Germany

For almost 50 years, Bernd Kraft® GmbH has produced ready-to-use laboratory chemicals that are supplied in containers from 1 ml to 1,000 l. Our portfolio of more than 10,000 products ranges from standards for chemical analytics, standard solutions, buffer solutions, reagents for analytica more

Analytix Limited, United Kingdom

Analytix Ltd, is a UK based company established in 1997 that supplies analytical instrumentation in the general analytical and life science fields. Products supplied include pyrolysis, thermal desorption, headspace, and purge & trap instrumentation, nitric oxide analysers, microwave digestion and sy more

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News Mercury Analysis

  • How mercury gets into the sea

    Mercury released into the atmosphere by industry enters the sea and from there makes its way into the food chain. Now, an analysis by the University of Basel has revealed how the harmful substance enters seawater in the first place. This is not primarily via rainfall, as previously assumed, but rath more

  • Diatom ooze sediments are a large marine mercury sink

    Mercury has been used and released by humans by multiple processes such as gold and silver mining and emissions of mercury to the atmosphere by coal burning, to name the most important ones. These processes have caused strong enrichment of mercury in the environment especially in aquatic systems. Ho more

  • Nano-velcro clasps heavy metal molecules in its grips

    Mercury, when dumped in lakes and rivers, accumulates in fish, and often ends up on our plates. A Swiss-American team of researchers led by Francesco Stellacci at the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) and Bartosz Grzybowski at Northwestern University has devised a simple, inexpensive s more

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  • 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

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