Extracts can leave matrix residues in GC liners, complicating results. The new MPS Robotic automates liner exchange, improving analytic results.
GERSTEL’s new MPS Robotic represents the latest, most versatile in autosampler technology, with advanced software that simplifies sample preparation.
Leachables from medical implants are hazardous if they enter the blood. A new SBSE method detects leachables even at very low concentrations.
Automating analysis of phthalates can make consumer product monitoring easier, with no hazardous solvents and reduced hands-on time.
Pharmaceutical product quality control follows strict guidelines. Schülke and Mayr maintained QC rules and met rising workload with an automated MPS.
The inventor of stir bar sorptive extraction (SBSE) recalls the creation and adoption of the Twister. The technology is now a standard method worldwide.
Here’s what researchers at General Mills found when they used the GERSTEL SBSE Twister to clean up QuEChERS extracts during analysis of pesticides in food.
See what happened when scientists tested five different versions of microvial design to determine aroma compounds in edible oils.
Stir Bar Sorptive Extraction is the primary technique for beer and wine flavor and aroma analysis. Here’s a new multi-SBSE method to improve results.
New stir bar sorptive extraction technologies, aka Twisters, are enabling novel flavor and aroma analyses as highlighted recently in green tea and beer.