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Thermo Fisher Scientific Introduces New Liquid Chromatography Detector

A Liquid chromatography detector.
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Thermo Fisher Scientific is providing pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical research organizations and QC laboratories in the industrial and food and beverage sectors with a new liquid chromatography (LC) detector for simple routine isocratic analysis. The Thermo Scientific Vanquish Refractive Index Detector enables detection of substances that lack UV chromophores and is powered by proven technology. The Vanquish Refractive Index Detector offers customers a highly integrated solution for a range of routine analytical applications when stacked in a Thermo Scientific Vanquish LC system. 

Completing Thermo Fisher Scientific’s portfolio of dependable, easy-to-operate LC instruments, the new Thermo Scientific Vanquish Refractive Index Detector enables researchers to detect and analyze compounds across many applications, including drug manufacturing, purity analysis of fine chemicals in industry and quality control in food production. 

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The Vanquish Refractive Index Detector extends the Thermo Scientific Vanquish LC detection options for those analytes that lack a chromophore such as carbohydrates, lipids or polymers, allowing users to consistently detect the compounds they need to. The new detector also saves bench space, offers safe leakage control, and enables laboratories to upgrade to modern instrumentation without impacting established methods.