The need for rapid scientific progress and innovation has never been greater as we work towards a healthier future. To help kickstart 2021, we have launched a series of resource bundles for scientists worldwide. Below, you will find a compilation of key analytical chemistry resources, including eBook guides, expert webinars and more, all available for you to access completely free of charge:
Discover the benefits of using thermal desorption in your organic compound analysis and find out how this technique can be used in application areas such as biological profiling, food and beverage testing, and many more.
The optimization of methods starts with column selection. In this guide, discover the latest advice on how to choose the best GC column for your analysis. Based on four significant factors, column selection is different for each type of analysis. Download the guide today, and keep the advice to hand.
Learn how you can perform fast, efficient LC-MS/MS analyses using multichannel LC and online sample technologies. In this eBook, we present the key benefits of this technology and its use in LC-MS systems to maximize throughput for a range of applications
Discovery-based small molecule research is a rapidly developing sector that requires effective and efficient workflows to address the broad range of sample types. Transform your small molecule characterization and identification studies and explore case studies in application areas including untargeted metabolomics, lipid profiling, natural product annotation, and pesticide screening.
In this application compendium, we look at some of the wide-ranging applications of Raman microscopy to address various formulation challenges encountered by the pharmaceutical and cosmetics industries. Download this free eBook to discover how Raman microscopy can yield information on molecular structures, crystal phases, polymorphisms, and more.
Take a look at what other researchers and scientists all over the world are saying about the latest analytical equipment and technologies.