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The 8-position pressure vessel microwave has dual magnetrons with 1,500 Watts peak output microwave power delivered in 1% output increments. Designed for rugged, routine laboratory use the system incorporates a stainless steel outer case, which encloses a cylindrical corrosion-resistant PFA coated oven cavity that ensures homogeneous microwave distribution.
Reproducible sample digestion is achieved through precise reaction control of temperature and/or pressure. Access to the sample area from above via a hinged lid offers easy sample access. The system employs 100 mL vessels and allows digestion temperatures up to 260 °C and pressures up to 100 bar.
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Breakfast is an important meal in providing essential nutrients to keep your energy levels up throughout the day. How do we ensure the food and beverages we consume are healthy, nutritious and safe? Following is a collection of application notes highlighting solutions that will help you identify micronutrients in milk, cereal, juice and fresh and dried fruits as well as toxic metals in tea, dairy products and apple juice to ensure safety of your breakfast foods.
Owing to the toxicity of heavy metals, it is increasingly important to test cannabis flowers and other cannabis derivatives so that patient and consumer safety is maintained as the use of cannabis becomes more common. This need has translated into an increasing demand for testing cannabis flowers and other cannabis derivatives for toxins such as the heavy metals cadmium (Cd), lead (Pb), arsenic (As), and mercury (Hg). In this application note, we present data to illustrate the successful validation of the Titan MPS™ Microwave Sample Preparation System and the NexION® ICP-MS for the determination of heavy metals in cannabis flower according to the validation protocols set in USP General Chapter <233>, which are commonly used for evaluation of the levels of elemental impurities in samples.
Sample preparation in the mining industry is one of the most critical steps in the analytical process and accounts for approximately 60% of your analytical timetable. Errors in preparing a sample will affect your throughput and your decisions. Preparing your sample for accurate analyses can be made easy with the Titan MPS Microwave Sample Preparation System Notebook, which is full of over 75 industrial digestion methods. Download our methods notebook to discover how to quickly and efficiently develop sample preparation methods for your mining and metals analyses.
Learn more about our various testing methods and applications for cannabis analyses by reading through our Cannabis Testing brochure.
Maybe you’re an environmental, food, or agriculture scientist helping determine the nutritional content or safeguard the authenticity of the food we eat. Or a drug researcher, analyzing impurities that can affect drug efficacy and metabolism.
The International Conference on Harmonization Guideline for Elemental Impurities Q3D (ICH Q3D) has established maximum permitted daily exposure limits for elemental impurities in pharmaceutical products. In combination with the U.S. Pharmacopeia’s (USP) Chapters <232> and <233> on elemental impurities, they redefined how the pharmaceutical and related supply-chain industries will measure, document, and comply with strict new standards to limit the presence of elemental impurities in drug products.
PerkinElmer provides the tools and processes you need to take control of impurities testing for both drug substances and drug products, providing proven, reliable technology for the identification and quantification of elemental impurities and the accurate measurement of residual solvents in accordance with strict regulatory guidelines.
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With instruments that are the industry standard worldwide, PerkinElmer accessories, consumables, methods and application support meet the most demanding requirements and are the preferred choice in thousands of laboratories globally.
Sample preparation is one of the most critical steps in your analytical process. Often accounting for 60% of your analytical timetable, it has a fundamental impact on laboratory throughput and analytical performance. Any errors within the sample preparation process will undermine the quality of your food data at all subsequent stages of your analysis. Here are five tips to improving your sample digestion for food samples.
Titan MPS, Titan MPS Preparing your lab, Microwave Digestion, Sample Preparation
This overview is intended to keep the pharmaceutical community abreast of the latest developments with regard to the new chapters on elemental impurities in pharmaceutical products. It has provided an overview of the salient points...