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Analytical Instrumentation


Next Generation Gas Chromatography Detector


VUV Analytics (USA) formally announced the launch of their newest bench-top spectrometer; the VGA-101 gas chromatography (GC) detector at the 40th International Symposium on Capillary Chromatography (ISCC) [http://192.167.108.132/slider.html] in Riva del Garda, Italy. Building upon the success of their innovative flagship instrument, the VGA-100 vacuum ultraviolet (VUV) detector, the VGA-101 features an expanded wavelength, higher maximum allowable operating temperature, and in-line GC compatibility. Equipped with these novel enhancements, the VGA-101 extends the utility of the VUV technology for customers seeking new solutions to their analytical problems.


VUV Analytics continues to pioneer innovations in VUV spectroscopy, from the launch of the VGA-100 in 2014, SVGA-


100 in 2015, to our latest spectrometer; the VGA-101 in 2016. Our team is passionate about delivering unique analytical solutions to a wide range of applications,” said Sean Jameson, Senior Vice President of Business Development at VUV Analytics. “Responding to our customer’s feedback, the VGA-101 detector is uniquely engineered to provide qualitative and quantitative GC data with excellent sensitivity and selectivity at elevated operating temperatures throughout an expanded wavelength spectrum. We are excited to deliver these latest advancements to our customers to enable further discovery in the VUV spectrum.”


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Mercury and Petrochemicals - Experience, Performance, Reliability and Support


For over 30 years PS Analytical (UK) has been at the forefront of trace mercury (Hg) determinations from petrochemical samples. It has never been more important to understand the fate of Hg in all aspects of oil and gas exploration, refining and production. The corrosive nature of Hg reacting with aluminium; the fate of Hg within a process itself; the concentration of Hg in feedstocks that could destroy expensive catalysts; as well as the OH&S concerns that Hg poses are, of course, well documented and are often a key driver in operational decisions. For these reasons much effort is spent on Hg removal technology and PSA partners with many companies to monitor and help manage this Hg removal process. This partnership happens from the research bench through to production with PSA taking a pivotal role in ensuring successful removal technologies are deployed in the real world.


PSA have analysers to suit all aspects of the monitoring and analysis of Hg, including laboratory instruments and on-line analysers for gases and liquids. More recently PSA have provided solutions for speciation (fractionation) analysis and also waste water systems associated with petrochemical processes.


Employing Atomic Fluorescence as a means of detection the PSA analysers provide ultimate detection performance. With literally thousands of systems in the field today, and support networks in Europe, USA and SE Asia, PSA offers the ideal package of performance, reliability and support.


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Innovative MALDI-TOF/TOF Mass Spectrometer Shown at ASMS 2016


At the 64th ASMS Conference, Bruker (USA) introduces rapifleX, the highest performance MALDI-TOF/TOF mass spectrometer, which had been shown as work-in-progress to early adopters at HUPO 2015. The rapifleX is by far the most advanced TOF/TOF system today, and was re-designed from the ground up to meet today’s highest demands for in-depth intact and top-down protein characterization, and high-performance, high- throughput mass spectrometry imaging (MSI).


With its next-generation TOF/TOF ion optics and smartbeam 10 kHz proprietary laser technology, the rapifleX system now offers significantly higher speed, better mass resolution and mass accuracy, and a significantly enhanced MS/MS mass range to enable new research and routine applications. Its unprecedented 10 kHz speed and ion source robustness, its wide dynamic range, higher specificity and resolution all contribute to the detailed characterisation of biologically and clinically relevant lipids, peptides and proteins, resetting customer MALDI-TOF/ TOF expectations for in-depth protein characterization and imaging of tissues, cell cultures, or other applications. Its enhanced ease-of-use, robustness and stability make the rapifleX a game-changer for research and large-scale validation.


Dr. Julian D. Langer, at the Max-Planck Institute (MPI) of Biophysics and the MPI for Brain Research in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, stated: “In our lab, with its high MS2 isolation efficiency, resolution and mass accuracy at high m/z values, the rapifleX TOF/TOF has been instrumental in identifying and characterizing new subunits of membrane protein complexes, including prokaryotic respiratory chain complexes and antibiotic drug targets.”


The rapifleX TOF/TOF is well-suited for detailed protein characterisation in life science research and biopharmaceutical laboratories. Many protein characterization tasks can be improved to gain better biological insight, including: fast identification of post-translational modifications (PTM), top- down protein sequencing, patented T³-Sequencing to identify or confirm suspected modifications or sequence alterations near protein N- or C-termini, automated disulfide analysis of intact proteins without a priori assumptions using Bruker’s unique DisulfideDetect method and software, and disulfide scrambling and trisulfide analysis with simplicity, speed and dynamic range.


Tissue- and cell-type specific proteomics is a major advancement for relevant biomarker discovery and identification, and requires MALDI imaging studies which include the identification of detected biomarker candidates for validation and subsequent development of targeted assays. The rapifleX extends the MALDI Tissuetyper imaging capabilities with rapid, spatially resolved MS/MS data. It supports the patented ImageID workflow for biomarker discovery in MALDI imaging cohort studies, by obtaining matching identifications of tryptic peptides by LC-MALDI-TOF/TOF analysis.


The rapifleX integrates a novel, 10 kHz smartbeam 3D scanning laser for breakthrough mass-spec imaging (MSI) with dramatically improved spatial resolution, image contrast and quality, and a new ion source for superior robustness and throughput in MSI, pharma screening, as well as for anatomical pathology clinical research.


Unique to the rapifleX is that its laser and ion optics can be dynamically adapted to research or analytical needs. Its smartbeam 3D laser offers different focus profiles for highest performance in different workflows. The MS/MS ion optics can be removed from the ion path to achieve uncompromised MS ease-of-use for imaging, intact protein and peptide applications. The three stage grid-less ion reflector is software adjustable to MS/MS and intact molecular weight measurements to achieve best performance for top-down protein sequencing, as well as for MS/ MS analysis up to 8 kDa.


Its 10-bit digitiser improves the dynamic range for quantitative applications, such as High Throughput Screening (HTS) in drug discovery, or quantification of scrambled disulfide bonds and trisulfides in the 0.1-1% range relevant in biologics development and QC.


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ASTM D1160 Compliant Computer


Controlled Boiling Analysis Iludest (Germany) are renowned chemical engineers who have built a reputation over decades of supplying custom-built semi-automatic and fully-automatic laboratory installations and pilot plants that meet the precise specifications of the petroleum industry. With over 300 installations worldwide, Iludest are unsurpassed at configuring one-off assemblies which cater to individual specifications, e.g. purifying lub oils, essential oils, industrial blended oils, etc.


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Aside from providing entire turnkey systems, Iludest have a range of their own tried and tested analytical tools that have been instrumental in their success. One of these is the i-Fischer®


DIST D-1160 CC / FISCHER® AUTODEST® 850 AC, a fully computer controlled


unit of turn-key design, and ready for use after installation and commissioning. The unit extends the current test method and does not limit your vacuum distillation testing options.


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Users can define their own tailored program above and beyond current standards. The system is fully housed and equipped with doors in the front and rear to satisfy safety requirements and to facilitate servicing the unit.


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The protocol is printed out and shown on the monitor whilst distillation is being carried out featuring distillation curves in actual boiling temperatures (ACT) and atmospheric equivalent temperatures (AET) as well as essential distillation parameters. The final data and the distillation curves are printed and stored on hard disk and/or data disks.


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