Bruker’s new, fast edible oil solution by microESR measures the oxidation profile of edible oils, and provides a prediction of shelf life before the product is packaged and distributed. The Edible Oil solution includes SOPs for sample preparation and analysis, and provides fast results for timely, informed process control decisions to reduce rancidity of edible oils.
Electron spin resonance
Bruker introduced an updated beer freshness solution, which is the result of a collaboration between Bruker and FlavorActiv. It can measure how process design and operations can improve or deteriorate beer freshness throughout the production cycle. This allows brewers to optimise their production processes and take corrective action earlier, ensuring freshness and product stability. The beer freshness solution is available on Bruker’s benchtop microESR, supported by applications training, customised reagents, GMP flavour standards and support.
A collaboration between European scientists has demonstrated that removing surface spin defects dramatically reduces the charge noise of quantum devices such as sensors and computers.
microESR is a portable, research-grade ESR spectrometer. It weighs 10 kg and measures 30.t × 30.5 × 30.5 cm3, so can fit in a fume hood or glove box, as well as being used in the field. It requires no special installation or regular maintenance. It will also be of use in undergraduate teaching labs.
THz laser system has helped Dresden High Magnetic Field Laboratory extend the frequency range of ESR techniques.