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Analizador simple y portátil que mide la proteína y humedad en el grano; tiene calibración para trigo, cebada, canola.
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Nexera UC Recognized at Pittcon 2015 with Editors' Gold AwardVer
The Nexera Unified Chromatography system received the Pittcon Editors' Gold award at Pittcon 2015. Editors awarded the Nexera UC for its ability to provide a workflow solution that addresses the bottleneck in real-world sample analyses. Learn more about the Nexera UC hereVer
Shimadzu Guide to BFB Tuning for Analysis of Volatile Organic CompoundsVer
All US EPA methods for volatile organic compounds (VOCs) require that specific GCMS tuning criteria be met before running a calibration curve or analyzing actual samples. This application note describes tuning conditions for the Shimadzu GCMS-QP2010 SEVer
developed to meet the BFB relative abundance criteria described in US EPA methods for analysis of VOCs.
Equipped with seven measurement modes and offering wavelength scanning from 190 to 1,100 nm, the compact UV-1280 is ideal for applications in a variety of industries, including environmental, food quality, and life science.Ver
TOC System Suitability Test for Sterile Water According to USPVer
According to USP, TOC analyzers used for sterile water must satisfy the TOC system suitability test using test water having a carbon content of 8.0 mg/L, and must also be able to detect TOC at 0.1 mg/L or less. This note presents an example of TOC system suitability testing using the Shimadzu TOC-LCPHVer Ver
Adulteration of dairy products is a significant problem in the food industry. This work demonstrates the effectiveness of the iDplus platform for rapid differentiation of dairy products and identification of fraudulent practices. Proof of principle of this technique is demonstrated using milk profiling from several different species.Ver