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Home > Press > TOC, UV/Vis and atomic absorption instrumentation showcased by Analytik Jena UK Stand A3, Lab Innovations, NEC, Birmingham, UK, 7-8 November 2012

Two versions of the versatile multi N/C analyser for determining bound carbon content (TIC/TOC, TC, NPOC, POC) and/or  total nitrogen (TNb) will be on the stand. Both feature the new focus radiation NDIR detector and VITA flow management system for reliable results, high stability and improved long-term instrument calibration performance.
Two versions of the versatile multi N/C analyser for determining bound carbon content (TIC/TOC, TC, NPOC, POC) and/or total nitrogen (TNb) will be on the stand. Both feature the new focus radiation NDIR detector and VITA flow management system for reliable results, high stability and improved long-term instrument calibration performance.

Abstract:
Analytik Jena UK will be showing an impressive range of analytical instrumentation from the Analytik Jena portfolio at the Lab Innovations exhibition. On show will be two multi N/C TOC analysers, a SPECORD 200 Plus UV/Vis spectrometer and there will be a chance to see solid sampling in action in conjunction with using the contrAA600 High-Resolution Continuum Source graphite furnace atomic absorption spectrometer. The TOPwave microwave digestion sample preparation system completes the equipment display.

TOC, UV/Vis and atomic absorption instrumentation showcased by Analytik Jena UK Stand A3, Lab Innovations, NEC, Birmingham, UK, 7-8 November 2012

Wembley, UK | Posted on October 8th, 2012

The N/C 3100 is a versatile analyser using the thermocatalytic oxidation method featuring a re-designed, smaller combustion tube for reduced consumption of the catalyst filling. It is capable of analyzing a wide range of different samples. The multi N/C UV HS provides low cost sample digestion by UV-promoted peroxodisulfate oxidation for very high sensitivity and a wide dynamic range. This provides trace TOC analysis capabilities as well as high concentrations and it is particularly well suited to the analysis of drinking water.

The SPECORD® 200 PLUS UV/Vis spectrometer offers the highest precision and total reliability of measurement results. With a fixed bandwidth, it is ideally suited for qualitative and quantitative routine photometric applications. Intelligent instrument control is provided by the modular WinASPECT® software package.

Analytik Jena's direct solid AAS provides a powerful alternative to traditional methods of analysis of solid samples which require time-consuming conversion into liquid samples, typically by acid digestion. The technique, which is suitable for powders, granules, fibres and even paste-like materials such as creams, sludges or viscous oils, can be seen in action on the conrAA 600 GFAAS. This provides genuine sequential multi-element analysis without the need for a multitude of different light sources.

The TOPwave® microwave-assisted pressure digestion system provides a powerful sample preparation capability for atomic spectroscopy from routine laboratory applications through to special applications under extreme conditions. Samples can be prepared for atomic absorption, ICP or ICP/MS analysis. Microwave sample heating gives reduced digestion times and high sample throughput rates.

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