The Micromeritics AutoChem 2920 automated catalyst characterisation system is a fully automated chemisorption analyser that enables a wide array of studies of chemical adsorption and temperature-programmed reactions. It can acquire information about the physical properties of the catalyst, catalyst support or other materials, and can determine catalytic properties such as percentage of metal dispersion, active metal surface area, acid strength, surface acidity, distribution of strength of active sites, BET surface area and more.
Reproducible HPLC separations require solvents to have a high degree of UV transmittance, low particle count, low acidity and alkalinity and a low level of evaporation residue. Merck’s LiChrosolv solvents meet these requirements; they are produced from specially selected raw materials and undergo a number of purification steps before final packaging.
The Solvent Track solvent recycler is a system designed to recycle uncontaminated solvents used in isocratic HPLC systems. In most systems, a proportion of the mobile phase can be recycled and re-used, saving consumption and disposal costs.
The Lumenera InfinityX-32 pixel shifting camera has been specifically designed for users in the clinical, life and material science fields. This camera offers 32 megapixel resolution, high sensitivity, 12-bit data and low noise levels.
PerkinElmer has released an input beam accessory that expands the applications of the company’s Spectrum 400 and 100 Series spectrometers. The accessory allows the instruments to be used for analysis of external emitting samples, such as flames, hot or warm samples and gases from furnaces.
The Anton Paar SAXSess is a small-angle X-ray scattering (SAXS) instrument that can be used to analyse nanostructures present in all different kinds of samples, from liquids (eg, colloids, protein solutions) to solids (eg, polymer films, nanocomposites). It adds precision to scientific investigation and reliability to industrial analysis.