Learn the impact of sample prep processing on the analysis quality
Jun 03 2019 Read 223 Times
Read the new Milestone’s Book titled "Microwave Green Extraction", written by Prof. Richter of the Chicago State University, that focuses on the fundamental theory of extracting an analyte from a sample matrix and underline how modern extraction techniques, like microwave assisted extraction (MAE), plays a pivotal role in maximising the efficiency of your extraction process.
The biggest problem with organic trace analysis is isolating the single compound of interest from the rest of the organic soup. Despite the sophisticated arsenal of analytical instrumental techniques available, samples must still undergo some type of pretreatment because the sample matrices often are not compatible with the modern instrumentation.
This additional pretreatment component for modern analysis makes the determination of trace organic analytes challenging for analytical chemists.
Do you like or dislike what you have read? Why not post a comment to tell others / the manufacturer and our Editor what you think. To leave comments please complete the form below. Providing the content is approved, your comment will be on screen in less than 24 hours. Leaving comments on product information and articles can assist with future editorial and article content. Post questions, thoughts or simply whether you like the content.
In This Edition Business News - Gasmet Technologies acquires MonitoringSystems GmbH - Royal sponsorship for World Soil Museum - CDS Analytical acquires the rights to Empore™ products G...
View all digital editions
Jun 23 2019 Auckland, New Zealand
Jun 25 2019 Nuremberg, Germany
Jun 25 2019 Rio de Janeiro, Brasil
Jun 25 2019 Quebec, QB, Canada
Jun 26 2019 Basel, Switzerland