Analytical Instrumentation

  • Ground-breaking Developments to be Unveiled at Analytica

Ground-breaking Developments to be Unveiled at Analytica

Mar 12 2008 Read 997 Times

At the upcoming Analytica, in Munich (1 – 4 April) you will find the latest developments from Analytik Jena (Germany). Get an impression of the ground-breaking developments in AAS – contrAA® 700, the High Resolution Continuum Source technology that combines all relevant AAS techniques, flame, hydride and graphite furnace in one single system. With the contrAA® 700, the direct analysis of solids has become a real alternative for many applications – have a look at the new solid samples technique. Moreover Analytik Jena is going to present an Elemental Analyser – analysis of C, N, S and Cl in liquid, solid, pasty, viscous and gaseous samples are only a small part of its performance range. This compact analyser is able to analyse TOC, EOX and TOX. With its outstanding modular concept any user can set up its own individual analyser to satisfy any laboratory needs and analytical tasks.

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