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Tomorrow’s Quantitation Today

Video   May 01, 2017

 

In the past, quantitation was done by searching for and quantifying a list of known molecules. As the world changes, the compounds and products being analyzed are changing as well. As a result, the challenges facing analytical scientists have evolved, however they aren’t easily addressed by traditional quantitation techniques. Tomorrow’s quantitation leverages both qualitative and quantitative analysis. It’s a more versatile analysis that can increase the confidence in your results and enable you to solve today’s analytical challenges.

 
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