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Sineo Microwave Chemistry Technology (Shanghai) Co., Ltd., China

Sineo Microwave Chemistry Technology (Shanghai) Co., LTD is founder and leader of microwave chemistry technology in China. Started from 1994, Sineo has been focusing on developing advanced microwave chemistry instruments with more than 20 patented technology and over 7000 end users around the wor more

Analytik Jena AG, Germany

Analytik Jena is a leading provider of high-end analytical measuring technology, of instruments and products in the fields of biotechnology and molecular diagnostics, as well as of high quality liquid handling and automation technologies. Its portfolio includes traditional analytical technology, par more

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Microwave Digestion in Only 10 Minutes

CEM's ActiVent vessels are the easiest-to-use vessels available for microwave digestion. Just load your sample and snap on the cap! more

Everything under Control - with This 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

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  • Measurement method for determining concentrations in dust deposition

    The parts of this guideline describe complete methods to determine the metals and metalloids in the suspended particulate matter of the ambient air and in the dust deposition, which enter ambient air from combustion plants and during their manufacture and processing. The selection of components to b more

  • PerkinElmer Instruments Introduces The New Multiwave 300

    SHELTON, Conn. – The new Multiwave™ 3000 system from PerkinElmer Instruments increases laboratory efficiency through high sample capacity, more powerful heating, improved sensor design and built-in methods to meet EPA/ISO guidelines. The Multiwave 3000’s 16-vessel capacity provides fast and reliable more

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Speedwave Microwave Digestion - the Matching Device for Every Microwave Digestion Task

Berghof Products + Instruments GmbH offers two systems for sample preparation via microwave digestion for heavy metal analysis using ICP-MS, ICP-OES and AAS. The expert-level device speedwave XPERT allows reproducible digestions even for difficult to digest samples. The entry-level device speedwave more

Everything under Control - with This 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

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  • Marcus von der Au

    Marcus von der Au, born in 1990, graduated from the University of Hamburg in 2016 in chemistry with a master's thesis in the department Marine Bioanalytical Chemistry of the Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht. Since 2016, he has been working towards his doctoral degree in inorganic analytics under the sup more

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