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Thermo Fisher Scientific Expands its Range of Ultra Pure Inorganics

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Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., has announced that it has significantly expanded its range of Acros Organics Ultra Pure Inorganics products to meet increasing demand in high-technology industries and other chemistry applications.

This portfolio, which is now 50 percent larger, features new high-purity inorganic compounds with ultra-low metal contaminants, which are critical in specific high-technology applications such as petroleum refining, micro-electronics, energy and space technology, communications and other industries.

This includes their use in the catalysis of reactions and crystal growth as well as the manufacture of photovoltaic materials, optical fibers and lasers. These extremely pure inorganics have trace-metal content of less than 100 ppm to as low as 1 ppm.

The Acros Organics Ultra Pure Inorganics line is featured in a recently released brochure that provides full product description, extended details of their potential uses, chemical purity information and product codes for easy ordering. The new brochure can be downloaded at www.acros.com.