Thermo Scientific Chromatography Columns/Consumables Catalog Goes Mobile
News Feb 27, 2014
Chromatographers can now use the latest interactive mobile technology, in addition to standard print and on-line catalogs, to access the comprehensive portfolio of chromatography columns, consumables and accessories from Thermo Fisher Scientific.
656 pages of product listings are organized into four sections: Sample Preparation, Sample Handling, GC Columns & Consumables, and LC Columns & Accessories. The 2014-15 edition contains numerous new Thermo Scientific listings, including: SOLA solid phase extraction sample preparation products, SureStop vials, Webseal plates and mats, the latest LC and Bio LC columns and the full suite of Thermo Scientific Viper fittings for nano/capillary-LC.
Access can be obtained at www.thermoscientific.com/catalog to hard copy, PDF, and interactive versions for mobile devices running iOSTM and AndroidTM platforms, as well as, for computers running the WindowsTM operating system and AppleTM . The interactive catalog versions include social media links to useful community-based information.
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