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Are hydrogen generators the answer to helium shortages for gas chromatographers?

| Contributed by Air Products

Helium gas is acknowledged to be the carrier gas of choice but have recent shortages made you look to the alternatives.

Achieve reproducible filtration for HPLC sample prep with Whatman SPARTAN Syringe Filters

| Contributed by Cytiva

SPARTAN syringe filters with RC membrane provide reproducible filtration of organic and aqueous solutions for HPLC and UHPLC sample preparation.

What does the future look like for helium supply?

| Contributed by Air Products

The recent helium shortage has scientists questioning: What does this mean for the future of gas chromatography?

µPAC™ column technology

| Contributed by Pharma Fluidics

PharmaFluidics µPAC™ capLC column is developed for high sensitive microflow LC-MS analysis.

Turn Your GCxGC-TOFMS Data into Chemistry with LECO ChromaTOF® Tile

| Contributed by Leco

Revolutionize the analysis of GCxGC data with LECO’s new ChromaTOF® Tile.

Discover How BIP Technology Gases Can Release the Potential of Your GC

| Contributed by Air Products

When it comes to gas chromatography and choosing a carrier gas, it’s not necessarily all about the number of nines in your purity.

Find answers that go deeper than peak shape with Agilent 6546 LC/Q-TOF.

| Contributed by Agilent Technologies

To meet your changing analytical challenges, you need an instrument that has evolved beyond high resolution.

WinGPC UniChrom Marcomolecular Chromatography Data System

| Contributed by PSS

WinGPC UniChrom offers unparalleled functionality for GPC/SEC, IPC, and 2D Chromatography.

Multi-tube Thermal Desorber for TD-GC-MS Analysis from CDS Analytical

| Contributed by CDS Analytical

The 7550S thermally desorbs either 3.5” L or 4.5L tube into the GC-MS

MS ionBench with automatic door opening for mass spectrometers

| Contributed by ionBench

If the air inside the noise enclosure exceed the limits set by vacuum pump manufacturers, the alarm will sound and the door opens automatically.

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