Volume 42, Number 7
An interesting article on EDXRF demonstrates its benefits for archaeologists. Also in this issue: GC-MS analysis combined with GC-olfactometry to detect odor-active compounds, an automated system for managing laboratory consumables, and a UPLC-ESI-MS-MS system to determine hormones in aquatic products.
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Hormones, such as androgens (AS), estrogens (ES), and progestogens (PS), play an important role in organisms. AS, the main male sex steroids,which are the critical factors responsible
for the ... read more
In all analytical laboratories, the purchase, preparation, storage, and control of chemical reagents, standards, and working reagents are routine tasks. read more
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Because GC and GC-MS are not always sufficient for olfactory analysis,
chemists turn to gas chromatography–
olfactometry (GC-O) for the detection of low-level odor-active compounds.
Though powerful... read more
The beginning of the 1960s witnessed the widespread introduction of physical sciences methods and techniques in archaeology. Along with instrumental neutron activation, X-ray fluorescence (XRF) ... read more