Lincoln University research laboratory performs trace metals analysis on a wide range of environmental and food samples. Mercury determination was a challenging task when working with ICP-based techniques and CVAA. DMA-80 evo simplifies mercury analysis and enabled Dr. Ikem’s group to conduct research that has appeared in several publications since 2004.
Elemental analysis of polymer systems is frequently inconclusive or erroneous if the sample is not completely digested.
Together with the Milestone UltraWAVE and traceCLEAN acid steam cleaning system, we have the capability to tackle the most difficult samples while reaching detection limits in the parts per trillion (ppt) range.
Unilever has joined the list of our happy customers!
Unilever is a Dutch-British global company co-headquartered in Rotterdam, Netherlands and London, United Kingdom. Unilever manufactures a wide range of consumer products, owning over 400 brands around the World including food, beverages, cleaning agents and personal care products.
Marine Palynology and Palaeoceanography research group uses the newest microwave extraction system to study primeval seabed sediment.
The project is exploring the influence of ocean conditions on the melting process of Antarctica’s ice cap during climatically warm periods in the geological past, when carbon dioxide conditions were similar to today’s.
The findings could help predict how, and how quickly, climate change can melt the ice caps.