Contacts and Location
|Contact 1||Vadims Bartkevičs|
|Enquire about this equipment|
Institute of Food Safety, Animal Health and Environment “BIOR” - Latvia, Riga
A stream of charged gas collides with the particles transferring the charge to them. The particles are then detected by a highly-sensitive electrometer. This generates a signal proportional to the quantity of analyte present. Charged aerosol detectors measure a wide range of analytes in the areas of pharmaceuticals (large and small molecule), biomolecules, foods and beverages, specialty chemicals, and polymers. Charged aerosol detection can technique can measure any non-volatile and semi-volatile analytes at sub-nanogram levels, and does not require ionization or presence of a chromophore.
detection of analytes in the areas of pharmaceuticals (large and small molecule), biomolecules, foods and beverages, specialty chemicals, and polymers
UltiMate 3000 UPLC