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Graham Packaging introduces Monosorb(TM) PET barrier bottles with new oxygen scavenger

23-Jun-2003

Graham Packaging Company, L.P., has begun supplying single-serve PET (polyethylene terephthalate) Monosorb(TM) barrier bottles for fruit juices and other oxygen-sensitive drinks. Monosorb(TM) bottles are made from a resin blended with a modified formulation of BP's Amosorb(R) DFC additive. "This ...

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WITec exhibits on Laser 2003 in Munich

13-May-2003

On the Laser 2003 in Munich, the world leading trade fair for optical technologies, WITec GmbH, Germany will exhibit its newest developments in the field of scanning probe microscopes. From 23. -26. June, WITec will showcase on booth C1.161 modular, high resolution microscopy systems for ...

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Continuous Water Analysis Using in situ UV Spectroscopy Featuring a Miniature Deuterium Lamp.

28-Apr-2003

Hanau, April 2003. The FiberLight® miniature UV light source from Heraeus Noblelight, a company within the worldwide precious metal and technology organisation, Heraeus Holding GmbH, is the only Deuterium lamp which satisfies the requirements for UV spectroscopy in situ. Until now, quantitative ...

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New technique for simultaneously measuring ultralow and high concentration elements in drinking water

Technology helps regulatory agencies and water suppliers meet public health goals

22-Apr-2003

Agilent Technologies Inc.today announced a new procedure that is the first to enable simultaneous measurement of ultralow and high concentration elements in drinking water. The new method can assist regulatory agencies and municipal water suppliers in meeting stated public health goals for the ...

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Fast Cadmium Analysis in Plastics and Polymers With SPECTRO XEPOS

24-Jan-2003

As a reaction to the EU directives for end-of-life vehicles and also for waste electrical and electronic equipment, which are to be made into federal law in the EU member states within 18 months after their publication (expected in first quarter of 2003), SPECTRO has developed a solution for ...

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BASF Introduces Antique Color Chip guide on CD-ROM

'Like having a time machine in the paint shop' for rare and classic vehicles

01-Aug-2002

SOUTHFIELD, Mich., July 31. 2002 - Matching the original color on a classic or vintage car -- for example, a 1942 Nash -- can be pretty tricky. Now restorers and collectors of older cars have a new resource available from BASF that takes the guesswork and waste out of choosing and mixing the ...

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SGI Servers Power New College Consortium for Chemical Computation

Servers Are Among the Most Powerful Available to Chemistry Investigators At Undergraduate Institutions Today

12-Jul-2002

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., July 11, 2002 - A National Science Foundation (NSF) grant has enabled Hamilton College in Clinton, N.Y., to buy one 32-processor and one 8-processor SGI(R) Origin(R) 300 server as the foundation for a new supercomputing consortium devoted to computational chemistry. The ...

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Bayer product for isolating arsenic from drinking water gains important approval in United States

10-Jul-2002

Leverkusen – Bayoxide® E33, a ferric oxide developed by Bayer for separating arsenic from drinking water, has cleared an important registration hurdle in the United States: NSF International, an independent US testing organization, has certified the Bayer product according to the "ANSI/NSF ...

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Agilent Technologies extends boundaries of environmental metals analysis

22-May-2002

Agilent Technologies Inc. announced a system that extends the traditional analytical range for metals in environmental samples in a production laboratory, eliminating the need for other techniques such as graphite furnace atomic absorption and inductively coupled plasma optical emission ...

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EU directive regulates maximum heavy metal limits for incineration plat wastewater

21-Sep-2001

A new EU directive, which seeks to decrease the amount of heavy metals in wastewater from incineration plants, is currently being transformed into national legislation across Europe. Degussa’s TMT 15 – an environmentally safe, non-hazardous product – can help maintain these new limits. ...

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