Optimization of a Vacuum Ultraviolet Photoionization source for GC used with a High Resolution TOFMS

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-Tune solution allows optimization of ion source parameters for
both proton transfer and direct ionization
-Independent ionization processes exist for M+ and MH+
-Optimizing for dopant signal intensity yields inferior results
-Degree of fragmentation remains relatively constant over a
range of source conditions

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The Rise of Salivary Diagnostics

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An interview with Dr. David Wong, Felix & Mildred Yip Professor and Director of the Center for Oral/Head & Neck Oncology Research at University of California Los Angeles.

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The Need for Speed

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Evaluating MALDI-TOF as a high-throughput screening technology for the pharmaceutical industry.

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Chemists Tie Tightest Knot Ever!

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Scientists at The University of Manchester have produced the most tightly knotted physical structure ever known – a scientific achievement which has the potential to create a new generation of advanced materials.

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RF-6000 Spectrofluorophotometer

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Delivering high speed, stability and sensitivity, and incorporating intuitive LabSolutions RF software, Shimadzu’s RF-6000 Spectrofluorophotometer offers the ultimate performance for challenging applications in such markets as chemicals, environmental, pharmaceutical, foods, and life sciences.

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New Urine Test Quickly Detects Whether a Person Has a Healthy Diet

New Urine Test Quickly Detects Whether a Person Has a Healthy Diet

Scientists have developed a urine test that measures the health of a person's diet. The five-minute test measures biological markers in urine created by the breakdown of foods such as red meat, chicken, fish and fruit and vegetables.

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Using Nanotechnology To Analyse Catalysis

Researchers at the Paul Scherrer Institute, Villigen and the ETH, Zurich, have combined to clarify the hydrogen spillover effect.

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Researchers Shed New Light on the Functioning of Human Gut Bacteria

Researchers shed new light on the functioning of human gut bacteria, revealing how nutrients are transported into the bacterial cell. The researchers, led by Professor Bert van den Berg and Dr. David Bolam from the Institute of Cell and Molecular Biosciences at Newcastle University and with support from collaborators at Jacobs University Bremen, report on their findings today in Nature.

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Vitamin Deficiencies Detected in Tears

Researchers from Michigan Technological University have demonstrated the potential of tears to asses the level of vitamins in the body.

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