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Diluted HNO3 as Green Chemistry Reagent for Sample Preparation

Evaluation of Different Oxidant Mixtures for Microwave Digestion of Biological Samples


The efficiency of diluted acids for digestion of organic samples was tested as an alternative to common digestion procedures


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Efficient Quality Control of Pharmaceutical Products

Closed vessel digestion procedure for elemental impurities in pharmaceuticals in compliance with USP


Which digestion methods are available for the control of elemental impurities in pharmaceuticals according to USP /?


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Maintaining Perspective

An alternative quality control procedure for the testing of insulating glass in compliance with EN 1279-2


In view of increasing demands on the part of the Energy Saving Ordinance the high-quality manufacture of insulating glass units has attracted


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Water detection without chemicals thanks to the easyH2O®


The water content of substances plays a major role in many different industries. However, laboratories depend on a fast and reliable method for detecting the water content for local checks on raw materials and products. Delays in the production proce


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Flexibility and variety thanks to a PTFE lining: Berghof highpreactor high pressure reactors

Berghof highpreactor


With over 25 years’ experience in the construction of pressure vessels behind it, Berghof is offering an innovative device concept for many types of applications in research and development laboratories. Chemical reactions, which take place under tem


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Microwave digestion with top-loading concept for very simple handling and a high sample throughput

Berghof speedwave® four


In many analytical laboratories today microwave digestion is a standard method of preparing samples for determining elements. For microwave digestion the sample material is typically heated to 200 - 260°C in closed microwave-transparent pressure ves


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