The Indian physicist, CV Raman, received the Nobel Prize for his discovery of Raman scattering. Raman found that when monochromatic light from a Hg lamp passed through a solid or liquid sample, such as benzene, a small amount of light was scattered in all directions but at a frequency lower (longer wavelength) than the incident light frequency. We note that a group of Russian scientists...
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Thermo Fisher Scientific has produced an application note demonstrating how routine analysis of high matrix samples such as 25% NaCl can be performed with the Thermo Scientific iCAP 7400 ICP-OES Radial fitted with the additional gas accessory in combination with the Ceramic D-Torch and the sheath gas adaptor.
Shimadzu has produced an application note describing the analysis of toxic elements in supplements as per USP 2232 using its ICPMS 2030.
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Shimadzu has produced an application note describing the analysis of minerals and harmful elements in formula milk powder using ICP-MS.
Shimadzu has produced an application note describing an example of analysis of 24 elements included in the ICH Q3D guideline using inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry.
Shimadzu has produced an application note describing the simultaneous analysis of tap and mineral water using ICP-MS.
Bruker offers a range of software and hardware that addressses the need for enhanced workflow solutions for NMR spectroscopy research and analysis. These solutions benefit researchers in many disciplines of NMR, while providing productivity enhancements for pharmaceutical users.
JEOL has introduced a probe for NMR analysis of fluorinated compounds prevalent in many new pharmaceutical products.