An interview with Dr. Luke Tolley, Ph.D., Research Director at Axcend Corp., discussing the development and applications of a liquid chromatograph that is the size of a shoebox.
An interview with Dr. Barry M. Wise, President of Eigenvector Research, discussing the importance of producing a robust chemometric model and how chemometrics can add value to spectroscopic datasets. Interview conducted at Pittcon 2019.
An important step in improving the global environment begins with putting glass, paper, and plastics into their respective bins. Glass can be recycled indefinitely without any loss of purity. Recycling glass has several benefits, as it helps to reduce CO2 emissions, decrease the demand for energy, and saves on raw materials.
Increasing the total number of charge-discharge cycles, boosting energy density, and raising the safety aspects while reducing weight and cost constitute the sustained development of rechargeable batteries. To achieve these measures, novel materials and innovations are needed.
This article will examine how the X-Max Extreme can provide useful electron images using very low energies. Running the imaging at low energies allows insulator samples, such as BN ceramics, to be imaged without needing to coat them with a conductor beforehand.
Allowing Greater Vehicle Customization with 3D Printing
Miniaturizing HPLC to the Size of a Shoebox
From Axcend Corp
Avoiding the Everyday Pitfalls of Chemometrics
From Eigenvector Research Inc.
Using Multi-Detector Advanced Polymer Chromatography (APC) to Better Differentiate Samples by Structure
From Malvern Panalytical
Full-Range CNC Machining of Precision Molds with Spindles featuring High-Pressure Aerostatic Bearing System and Spring-Less Automatic HSK Taper Clamping
From Levicron GmbH
Running Hard Radiation X-Ray Experiments in the Lab
Riedon Expands High-Power Wirewound Portfolio with New High-Performance Metal-Clad Braking Resistors
From Riedon Inc
ELIX Polymers Enjoying Success at CHINAPLAS 2019
From ELIX Polymers
The New SCANIUS-LINE Combines Long Travel with the Accuracy of a Piezo Drive in a Compact Design
From piezosystem jena, Inc.
Kautex Unveils 3rd-Generation Blow Molding Machine with a 6-Layer Extrusion Head
From Kautex Textron GmbH & Co. KG
WITTMANN Group Offers Automation Technology for Plastics Injection Molding
From Wittmann Battenfeld GmbH
New Tech. to Functionalize 3D-Printable Polymers for Flexible & Transparent Electronics
Researchers Identify a New Method to Speed Up the Sustainable Production of Breakthrough Smart Materials
Precision Lenses Enable Ground-breaking Synchrotron Measurements
Alicona Optical CMM Now Includes Vertical Probing For Use In Mould Manufacture.
From Alicona Imaging GmbH
Dr. Marc Gonin
In this interview Marc Gonin, co-founder and CEO of TOFWERK talks AZoM about the history of TOFWERK, the work they do in the OEM market and future projects.
In this interview, Fabian Feidl, Co-Founder of DataHow talks to AZoM about the several applications of raman technology such as different upstream processes, to first downstream applications, to monitoring classical process parameters as well as quality related attributes.
Dr. Luke Tolley
An interview with Dr. Luke Tolley, discussing the development of a liquid chromatograph that is the size of a shoebox and is bringing HPLC to the masses.
The Vulcan from Hitachi High-Tech Analytical Science is one of the fastest metals analyzers with sturdy construction. Users just have to squeeze the trigger and a second later the result can be viewed. The Vulcan+ range makes use of the Laser Induced Breakdown (LIBS) technology; therefore the users need not concern themselves about X-rays.
This product profile explains X-ray inspection for electronic assembly.
This product profile describes flexure tests on plastic specimens.
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