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Accurate and Rapid Determination of Arsenic Speciation in Apple Juice

This work builds on our previous study of arsenic species in apple juice1 by incorporating several improvements to the methodology and exploring the analysis more deeply.

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Pharmaceutical Formulations as 7mm as 13mm KBr Pellet Preparations for Comparison – Application Note 46

IR spectroscopy is a useful tool for group chemical species identification of a wide variety of sample materials, particularly for the classification of “organic” chemical materials based upon carbon atoms being present in the molecular structure.

Read more: Pharmaceutical Formulations as 7mm as 13mm KBr Pellet Preparations for Comparison – Application Note 46

   

Pharmaceutical Formulations as 7mm KBr Pellet Preparations Using the 2T Mini-Pellet Press P/N GS03940 – Application Note 45

IR spectroscopy is a useful tool for group chemical species identification of a wide variety of sample materials, particularly for the classification of “organic” chemical materials based upon carbon atoms being present in the molecular structure.

Read more: Pharmaceutical Formulations as 7mm KBr Pellet Preparations Using the 2T Mini-Pellet Press P/N GS03940 – Application Note 45

   

Comparison of Thin Films from Plastic/Polymer Materials Using the Mini-Film Maker Accessory P/N GS03970 – Application Note 44

IR spectroscopy is a useful tool for group chemical species identification of a wide variety of sample materials, particularly for the classification of “organic” chemical materials based upon carbon atoms being present in the molecular structure. Many plastic and polymeric type samples which can be included in the category of organic molecular materials can be classified into particular “family” groupings and it is possible to identify the sample family types both qualitatively and quantitatively by use of the Attenuated Total Reflectance (ATR) technique as an IR measurement. (See - Specac Application Note 42)

Read more: Comparison of Thin Films from Plastic/Polymer Materials Using the Mini-Film Maker Accessory P/N GS03970 – Application Note 44

   

Thin Film Production of Plastic/Polymer Materials Using the Mini-Film Maker Accessory P/N GS03970 – Application Note 43

IR spectroscopy is a useful tool for group chemical species identification of a wide variety of sample materials, particularly for the classification of “organic” chemical materials based upon carbon atoms being present in the molecular structure. Many plastic and polymeric type samples which can be included in the category of organic molecular materials can be classified into particular “family” groupings and it is possible to identify the sample family types both qualitatively and quantitatively by use of the Attenuated Total Reflectance (ATR) technique as an IR measurement. (See - Specac Application Note 42).

Read more: Thin Film Production of Plastic/Polymer Materials Using the Mini-Film Maker Accessory P/N GS03970 – Application Note 43

   

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