Use less solvent, time, and labor for sample preparation
Manual and automated options for simple and complex sample matrices
Whether you need automated systems or consumables solutions, Thermo Scientific sample preparation products reduce time and repetitive functions you need to perform, while providing consistency and accuracy of results. We offer a broad range of manual and semi-automated SPE consumable solutions, as well as systems for automated solvent extraction, solid phase extraction, and evaporation.
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The CHROMacademy Essential Guide Webcast: Troubleshooting Sample Preparation
Automated Solid-Phase Extraction for the Environmental Testing Laboratory
Improving Dioxin Extraction Using In-Cell Pressurized Liquid Extraction: A Case Study for Solid Sample Matrices
Use of a Novel New Moisture Absorbing Polymer for Extraction Applications
SOLAμ for Reduced Sample Volume Analysis
Reduce the sample volume needed with SPE well plates. This technique enables bioanalytical laboratories to process samples that are limited in volume, reduce sample failures by allowing high reproducibility at low elution volumes.
Comparison of Soxhlet and Accelerated Solvent Extraction for Leachable and Extractable Analysis of Packaging Material
Sample extraction is an important first step for a successful extractable and leachable study. The accelerated solvent extraction technique delivers efficient extractions on a transdermal patch pouch and a polypropylene pill bottle.
Simultaneous Determination of Trivalent Chromium and Hexavalent Chromium Using Accelerated Solvent Extraction and Ion Chromatography
Since trivalent chromium and hexavalent chromium can interconvert under certain conditions and are both toxic to a certain degree, the simultaneous detection of trivalent chromium and hexavalent chromium content is of vital importance.
Accelerated Solvent Extraction for Monitoring Persistent Organic Pollutants in Ambient Air
Toxic PCBs and PAHs can be eluted from air filters in less time and with less solvent using an accelerated solvent extraction technique.
Automated Solid-Phase Extraction of Linear Alkylbenzene Sulfonate in Wastewater Using a Weak Anion-Exchange Cartridge Followed by HPLC with UV Detection
MDLs of LC techniques employing direct injection of samples are too high for the detection of sufactants at very low levels. Therefore, automated solid-phase extraction (SPE) is performed on large-volume liquid samples for organic analysis.