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    OI Analytical designs and manufactures instrumentation for chemical analysis. Data from our analytical instruments serve as the basis for informed decisions affecting human health and safety,...
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    Specac manufactures an extensive range of FTIR Accessory, IR Polarizer, and Pellet Press Products for Atomic and Molecular Spectroscopy. These products include ATR Accessories, Specular Reflectance...
  • Article - 12 Mar 2006
    Atomic Force Microscopy can be used for in-situ monitoring of structural changes induced by thermal transitions, and for visualization of structure transformations caused by swelling and other effects...
  • Article - 11 Mar 2002
    The unique properties of supercritical fluids have lead to their use in nanomaterial production for applications such as biomaterials, foams, high internal phase emulsions, lithography and metal...
  • News - 8 Dec 2016
    The latest finding from a group of scientists, headed by Yang Zhang, assistant professor of Nuclear, Plasma, and Radiological Engineering and Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology,...
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    The OI Analytical Model 4430 Photoionization Detector (PID) is a uniquely-designed gas chromatograph (GC) that selectively detects and measures the presence of both aromatic and olefinic hydrocarbons...
  • Article - 2 Mar 2011
    By integrating a Raman spectrometer within a state-of-the-art confocal microscope setup, Raman imaging with a spatial resolution down to 200 nm laterally and 500 nm vertically can be achieved using...
  • Article - 13 Apr 2017
    Conventional electronic noses or eNoses produce an identifiable response pattern using a group of dissimilar but not specific chemical sensors.
  • News - 14 Apr 2006
    As the United States’ oil reserves dwindle, some say the nation will have to rely on synthetic petroleum fuel made from its large stores of coal. A two-step chemical process augments a method...
  • News - 15 Mar 2009
    The process to turn propane into industrially necessary propylene has been expensive and environmentally unfriendly. That was until scientists at U.S. Department of Energy's Argonne National...