Do you QuEChERS? Are you thinking about how QuEChERS might be good for your sample cleanup. In this post you can find comparative data on CarbonX and GCB in this short presentation. Just 11 minutes could save you lots of money!
1. How can QuEChERS benefit me/ my work? QuEChERS with CarbonX can streamline your workflow, reduce the number of preparation steps, reduce time required to evaporate, reduce maintenance costs, and improve calibration stability. In general, QuEChERS removes matrix and leaves the analyte in solution. Thus in your method development, you often can use it in combination with SPE and determinative steps to quantify multi-analytes. 2. How long does the QuEChERS procedure take? The actual extraction and dSPE cleanup procedure should take [...]
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This video gives an overview of United Science’s configurable IARRAY Manifolds with Singular Ion Sensors. To configure an IARRAY manifold for your ions, visit our store.
This presentation gives an overview of the simplest implementation of a automated calibration system. This system can be configured to address many plug and play fluidic and sensor systems.
This video gives an overview of the simplest implementation of a automated calibration system. This system can be configured to address many plug and play fluidic and sensor systems.
We will be presenting a poster and exhibiting UniSci products at AOAC in Chicago from Sun, August 24 through Tues August 27. Whats New for AOAC? NEW COFFEE SAMPLE PREP METHOD NEW ANALYTICAL SEPARATIONS COLUMN TECHNOLOGY NEW DUAL PHASE SPE METHOD NEW CARBONX BETA Material that IS THE BOMB – SEE POSTER AT AOAC. NEW ON-LINE SAMPLE PREP KITS
United Science will be presenting its portfolio of products and technologies at NACRW in St. Pete’s Beach, FL July 21-24. Visit http://www.nacrw.org/ for event times and registration information.
Before you get started… 1. What ions do you need to measure? 2. Are you currently measuring them? 3. What standard methods are you using? 4. Define the solution that the target ions are dissolved. 5. What is the range of the ions you need to measure? 6. Is there any interfering ion present in your sample? What is the concentration range? 7. Is there any neutral interference, such as lipids, dissolved organic matters, surfactants that might present in your sample? What is the level? 8. Do [...]