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Customer application: Determination of organic additives in acidic copper baths

Customer application: Determination of organic additives in acidic copper baths

AT&S Leoben, Austria: analytical process control using CVSThe Austrian company AT&S (Austria Technologie & Systemtechnik AG) with its headquarters in Vienna is one of the most advanced producers of printed circuit boards (PCBs) in the world. AT&S is perfectly positioned in the high-tech segment of HDI Microvia technology, which is...
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Supercapacitors: Principles and characterization using Autolab

Supercapacitors: Principles and characterization using Autolab

Working principle of a supercapacitorSupercapacitors (also known as ultracapacitors, electrochemical capacitors, or double-layer capacitors) are electrochemical devices that have the ability to store and release charge and deliver high power densities over short periods of time. Their ability to store electrical energy efficiently and release electrical energy very quickly make...
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Free Cyanide 24/7 continuously for better process control

Free Cyanide 24/7 continuously for better process control

Cyanide can be determined in several ways. Free cyanide is analysed by direct titration or photometric detection depending on concentrations. Having to constantly perform manual Free Cyanide titrations? Struggling with repeatability and want frequent results?10 minutes a weekOur automated systems will require around 10 minutes maintenance time PER WEEK, measuring...
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Digestion, Synthesis and Extraction – Three Microwaves in One

Digestion, Synthesis and Extraction – Three Microwaves in One

The flexibility of Milestone’s proven platform of microwave technologies provides unique advantages to teaching and research laboratories. The base system which is typically used for microwave digestion may be modified to allow its use in microwave-assisted chemical synthesis (ie. organic chemistry) as well as sample preparation for organic analysis (ie....
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Microwave Ashing for Determination of Inorganic Content in Food Samples

Microwave ashing for determination of inorganic content in food samples

Ashing of food samples is commonly used for the evaluation of the total mineral content. Microwave ashing is a cost-effective solution which offers several advantages over conventional muffle furnace methods including throughput, heating rate, temperature homogeneity and power consumption. Ashing of food samples is a common test used to determine...
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Food and beverage analysis

Food and beverage analysis

Analytical chemistry makes sure that consumers obtain safe and sanitary food in compliance with regulatory requirements.Today’s food and beverages (F&B) are much more than just simple "organic fuels" needed for survival. Beyond their nutritive value, they are consumed for their taste or flavor. Increasingly, they are also a source for...
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Disinfectant By-Products in Drinking water

Disinfectant By-Products in Drinking water

Purifying our drinking water removes the bacteria that can make us sick. It can also introduce some harmful chemicals too.Clean drinking water is the backbone of modern society. Healthy population leads to high productivity and minimal pressure on our health services.The most common water purification techniques are very efficient in...
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Microwave Ashing for Determination of Inorganic Content in Crude Oil

Microwave ashing for determination of inorganic content in Crude Oil

Ashing of crude oil samples provides fundamental information about the quality of the product such as the amount of particulate emission to expect upon combustion. The typically low inorganic content of crude oils requires large samples which then require long times for ashing and create a significant amount of fumes...
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Karl Fischer. Faster and safer than ever before

Karl Fischer. Faster and safer than ever before

Automatic reagent transfer. Automatic analysis start.Karl Fischer moisture analysis is a staple of the analytical laboratory. Moisture levels must be known for most industries. From food to petroleum, moisture levels are important from process to final product.OMNIS Karl Fischer, takes the accuracy and convenience of Metrohm Karl Fischer titration to...
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On-line monitoring with Process Ion Chromatography

On-line monitoring with Process Ion Chromatography

Improving performance while lowering costs with the Metrohm Process Ion ChromatographFor a long time, in the lab, ion chromatography has provided analytical solutions for complex matrices. From ng/L to %, one analyte or many, ion chromatography systems can be configured to suit the application.Now, with Metrohm Process IC, ion chromatography...
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Corrosion control: Worried to have too much chlorides in your process?

Corrosion control: Worried to have too much chlorides in your process?

Chlorides greatly contribute to corrosion. Stop the corrosion before it’ll impact on your plant’s performance with the catastrophic consequences!Chloride measurements can be performed 24/7 starting from ppb levels. Depending on the measuring range, Metrohm Process Analytics can offer either online Ion Chromatography for ppb levels or Titration for ppm levels.
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Raman Spectroscopy Peers Through Packaging

Raman Spectroscopy Peers Through Packaging

Patented STRaman (See-Through-Raman) technology is a newly developed Raman technique to identify chemical species nondestructively beneath diffusely scattering packaging material such as plastics or tablet coatings. Molecular spectroscopic technique Raman spectroscopy is a well-established molecular spectroscopic technique for noninvasive and nondestructive chemical analysis. It is used to identify mostly organic...
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