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Video Introduction to CHN Microanalysis Technique
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Video Introduction to CHN Microanalysis Technique

Video Introduction to CHN Microanalysis Technique
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Video Introduction to CHN Microanalysis Technique


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Exeter Analytical has produced a new video that provides an informative introduction to the technique of elemental microanalysis that provides precise determination of percentage Carbon (C), Hydrogen (H) and Nitrogen in a sample.

The use of CHN microanalysis as a routine technique to provide a precise and accurate elemental analysis of a sample is widely accepted across many market sectors worldwide.

CHN microanalysis is a powerful and relatively straightforward method for determining whether or not a sample is pure by providing a precise and accurate analysis of a sample's percentage carbon, hydrogen and nitrogen content.

Drawing upon over 25 years specializing in the technique - the new Exeter Analytical video provides an informed and easy-to-understand introduction to CHN microanalysis.

In addition the video also provides an introduction to the Exeter Analytical Model 440 CHN microanalysis system.

The Model 440 benefits from a unique horizontal furnace design enabling it to routinely deliver precise and accurate results, without constant system optimization, for a wide range of samples from pure organic compounds, through organometallic species to proteins and peptides.

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