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Direct Aerosol & Gas-Phase Monitoring with One Single IONICON Solution: CHARON PTR-TOFMS.

| Contributed by IONICON

IONICON’s multiple award-winning innovation combines direct gas-phase and particulate matter analysis.

Cannabinoid Potency Testing by HPLC according to DAB Monography for Cannabis Flower with use of Co-Injection function

| Contributed by Shimadzu

The i-series Plus compact (U)HPLC system offers the automated co-injection function.

Fast and Easy Achiral & Chiral Analysis of Cannabinoids

| Contributed by YMC

Two fast methods for separating different cannabinoids using YMC-Triart C18 UHPLC column and YMC’s Core-Shell Meteoric Core C18 column.

Lasers for Raman by Cobolt: 633 nm & 785 nm

| Contributed by Cobolt

Cobolt AB, Swedish laser manufacturer, continues to address the Raman spectroscopy market.

Eco Titrator – new titration platform provides extraordinary value for money

| Contributed by Metrohm

Tougher regulations apply to ever more industries. Small manufacturers in particular are struggling with compliance.

ICPMS-2030 Designed for High Stability and Low Running Costs

| Contributed by Shimadzu

Shimadzu’s ICPMS-2030* offers an exceptional combination of ease of use, high sensitivity and low running costs.

The Purification of Cannabidiol Using CPC

| Contributed by Gilson

Gilson has developed a rapid and reproducible method for purification using centrifugal partition chromatography (CPC).

Point-of-need mass spectrometry for real-time bioprocessing quality control

| Contributed by Microsaic Systems

Real-time compact mass spectrometers provide both product and process information for a complete, fast picture of bioprocessing.

Completely cryogen-free monitoring of PAMS ozone precursors, TO-15 air toxics and OVOCs in ambient air in a single run

| Contributed by Markes

The Chinese Ministry of Environmental Protection has issued a document relating to the Environmental Air Volatile Organic Compound Monitoring Program.

Going beyond the requirements of US EPA Method TO-15: Innovative cryogen-free ambient air monitoring of trace-level air toxics at high humidity

| Contributed by Markes

With growing concerns over the harmful effects of long-term exposure to low levels of hazardous air pollutants...

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