Agilent Releases Chromatography and Spectroscopy Catalog
News Feb 08, 2013
Agilent Technologies Inc. has introduced the 2013 Essential Chromatography and Spectroscopy Catalog.
The new catalog is divided into five sections to help the reader easily navigate Agilent’s growing portfolio, which includes general chromatography, sample preparation, GC and GC/MS, LC and LC/MS, and spectroscopy.
This edition of the catalog contains CrossLab products for use with other manufacturers’ instruments.
It also includes details about electrochemistry meters and supplies, Captiva syringe filters, Ultra Inert and application-specific GC columns, LC biomolecule and Poroshell 120 columns, and OneNeb nebulizer for ICP-OES and MP-AES.
Method descriptions, selection guides, compatibility charts, maintenance schedules, and tips for how to get the most out of Agilent consumables provide additional value to the customer.
The catalog is currently available in English. French, German, Spanish, Chinese and Japanese versions will be available in early April.
The 2013 Agilent Essential Chromatography and Spectroscopy Catalog (or individual sections) can be ordered at bit.ly/agilentcatalog2013.
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