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  • The Double Life of Structured Fluids

    The Double Life of Structured Fluids

    Sunday, August 01, 2010
    Application Note
    Neil Cunningham, Bob McGregor
    The products we stir, pump, spread, pour, and spray are usually thought of as liquids. Surprisingly, however, it can be demonstrated that they live a quiet double life as liquids when observed,but ... read more
  • Food Texture Analysis

    Food Texture Analysis

    Saturday, May 01, 2010
    Application Note
    Richard D. Brown
    Texture testing is a well-established technique for evaluating the mechanical and physical properties of raw ingredients, food structure, and designs, and for pre- and post-quality control checks. ... read more
  • Statistics in Analytical Chemistry: Part 15—Calibration Example 5

    Statistics in Analytical Chemistry: Part 15—Calibration Example 5

    Tuesday, February 01, 2005
    Technical Article
    David Coleman, Lynn Vanatta
    This real-world example of calibration diagnostics involves the ion-chromatographic behavior of phosphoric acid; phosphate is the actual analyte form that is measured by the instrument. read more
  • New Frontiers in Chromatography

    New Frontiers in Chromatography

    Tuesday, February 01, 2005
    Application Note
    Michael E. Swartz, Brian Murphy
    High-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) has proven to be the predominant technology used in laboratories worldwide during the past 30-plus years. read more
  • Compact Spectroscopy Instrumentation: On-Board Smarts or External Computer?

    Compact Spectroscopy Instrumentation: On-Board Smarts or External Computer?

    Tuesday, February 01, 2005
    Application Note
    Hector Lara, Ron Hartmayer
    Compact, array-based spectrometers continue to develop in response to advances in detector, microprocessor, storage, and display technology. read more
  • Use of Microcoil Probes to Acquire More Sensitive NMR Spectral Data

    Use of Microcoil Probes to Acquire More Sensitive NMR Spectral Data

    Tuesday, February 01, 2005
    Technical Article
    Peter Froehlich
    Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy is a powerful analytical technique that is commonly used to provide structural information as well as other chemical metrics such as sample composition ... read more
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