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ICP-MS – News and Features

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Looking on the Bright Side – Advances in Solar Materials Testing and Analysis

With a global eye on beating back climate change and a stronger push to create better solutions to feed our energy needs, the solar energy market is heating up. Here, recent advancements in the testing and analysis of solar energy materials are explored.
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Navigating the Challenges of a Modern Quality Control Laboratory

The modern QC laboratory is testing highly complex drug products using a wide range of analytical techniques, instrumentation and software with continually evolving regulations and guidance, presenting many challenges from a management perspective.
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Microplastics: What Do We Know About This Emerging Contaminant?

This article will address the emerging issue of microplastics in our food chain, how they get there, what harm they may be causing and what is being done to detect and prevent or limit them.
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Improving Speed, Sensitivity and Accuracy of Baby Food Analysis With Triple Quadrupole ICP-MS

In this article, we will discuss how triple quadrupole ICP-MS can improve the speed, sensitivity and accuracy of baby food analysis, successfully quantifying toxic elements at the required regulatory levels and ultimately ensuring consumer safety.
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Even the Ancient Greeks Recycled Glass

Several decorative mosaic floors have been excavated in an ancient luxury villa and chemical analyses reveal that recycled glass was used in laying the mosaic floors.
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Teach Me in 10 2020–2021 Archive

A hub page dedicated to the 2020–2021 Teach Me in 10 videos published by Technology Networks.
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Ion Pair Chromatography – How IPC Works, Strengths, Limitations and Applications

In this article, we consider ion pair chromatography, how it works, its strengths and weaknesses, how it compares to other ion chromatography techniques and its applications.
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Industry Insight

Building Expertise in Ion Chromatography

In this interview, Gemma Ellison tells us more about the Ion Chromatography Education Hub, the range of content that it offers, and the benefits it provides IC users, whether they are new to the technique or have several years of experience.

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Food Authenticity: Testing To Keep One Step Ahead

Scan the menu in a top-class restaurant and you may encounter premium ingredients that promise an exceptional dining experience. But things aren't always as they appear. What do we really know about such products, other than what the labels would have us believe? Sometimes, surprisingly little.
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Industry Insight

Tailoring LC Solutions for Growing Biopharma Demand

Biopharmaceutical development is currently one of the fastest growing areas in the life sciences. With this comes an increasing need for analytical solutions able to cope with the challenges offered by biopharma samples. We spoke to Dr. Tom van de Goor from Agilent about how they are addressing these issues.
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