Green Chemistry

Green Chemistry
Green Capillary HPLC for the Green Middle East A Truly Green HPLC Such a huge reduction in solvent usage and waste production means that the Axcend Focus LC is environmentally unmatched – a truly “green” HPLC that is “friendly” to the planet, you and your team. We’re not talking about a traditional capillary HPLC. In fact, the Axcend Focus LC® uses as little as 1/1000th of the mobile phase solvents you use today, produce a comparably tiny amount of waste, Portable, fits inside a fume hood, and features a self-contained design for safe use in hazardous zones. For more in...
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Webinar @INFICON Micro GC VS Benchtop GC

"MicroGC vs. Benchtop GC - Does size matter?" Do you perform gas chromatography and want to optimize your gas analysis? Do you want to perform gas analysis in the future? Do you follow the newest trends and want to be updated? On February 25, 2021 – 2-3pm CET, INFICON is presenting a webinar titled “Micro GC vs. Benchtop GC – Does size matter?” and we’d like to invite you to attend for free Our experts Debbie Alcorn and Roland Salentin are happy to talk with you about the differences and similarities between the Micro GC and the Benchtop GCS.  We will d...
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Fentanyl and First Responder Safety: Myths vs Reality

Fentanyl and drugs containing fentanyl are the leading cause of overdose deaths in America.  Law enforcement officers are encountering this deadly drug with increasing frequency during traffic stops, on calls for service, and while conducting searches of homes, business and jail facilities.  This presentation will discuss the danger of fentanyl and how to safely conduct presumptive tests in the field to determine if the substance contains  fentanyl.  The rapid and safe identification of fentanyl by law enforcement officers in the field is the first step to safel...
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Fentanyl and First Responder Safety: Myths vs Reality

Fentanyl and First Responder Safety: Myths vs Reality Fentanyl and drugs containing fentanyl are the leading cause of overdose deaths in America.  Law enforcement officers are encountering this deadly drug with increasing frequency during traffic stops, on calls for service, and while conducting searches of homes, business and jail facilities.  This presentation will discuss the danger of fentanyl and how to safely conduct presumptive tests in the field to determine if the substance contains  fentanyl.  The rapid and safe identification of fentanyl by law enforcement o...
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