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Wiley Registry 11th Edition/NIST 2017 Mass Spectral Library

Channel(s): Proteomics & Genomics / Proteomics / Base Peak / Atomic

The 'Wiley Registry 11th Edition/NIST 2017' library contains over 1.6 million EI and MS/MS mass spectra, making it the most comprehensive combined mass spectral library available. The new release contains more than 1 million EI mass spectra, 730,000 unique compounds, and over 973,000 searchable chemical structures.

JMS Special Feature Collections

Channel(s): HPLC / Gas Chromatography / Proteomics & Genomics / Proteomics / Base Peak / Atomic

For over 20 years, each issue of the Journal of Mass Spectrometry has contained a Special Feature article. These are highly regarded in the mass spectrometry community and extremely popular with researchers around the globe. These features are freely available to the entire mass spec community.

Wiley Spectra Lab:
The World's Largest Spectral Database

Channel(s): Ion Chromatography / HPLC / Gas Chromatography / Laboratory Informatics / Proteomics / Base Peak / Chemometrics & Informatics / Infrared Spectroscopy / Raman / UV/Vis Spectroscopy / NMR Knowledge Base

Wiley Spectra Lab is an expert spectral data system that uses empirical spectral data and advanced software to help chemists, toxicologists, and life scientists confidently identify chemical substances. Powered by the KnowItAll® analytical platform by Bio-Rad, Wiley Spectra Lab provides researchers with access to 2.2 million MS, NMR, and IR spectra – the broadest and largest collection in the world.

2017 Edition of Mass Spectra of Designer Drugs

Channel(s): HPLC / Base Peak

Available now from Wiley and Wiley-VCH, the 2017 edition of Mass Spectra of Designer Drugs

The Wiley Registry of Mass Spectral Data, 11th Edition

Channel(s): HPLC / Gas Chromatography / Proteomics & Genomics / LC-MS / GC-MS / LC-MS / Proteomics / Base Peak / GC-MS

Do you have the latest edition? If not, you could be missing out on thousands of mass spectra!

Shimadzu Europa
Explore Shimadzu´s wide range of solutions to your separation problem

Channel(s): Gas Chromatography / Base Peak

HPLC and UHPLC as well as SFC systems can analyze substances quantitatively in mixtures containing multiple components by separating and detecting target substances. They are used to separate, quantify, qualify or purify single components from a sample containing various analytes in different matrices. Shimadzu offers a wide variety of application-specific systems such as automated sample pretreatment systems for amino acid analysis or on-line sample trapping for the quantification of residual pesticides...

Shimadzu Europa
Peace of mind for users and lab managers:
Shimadzu ICPMS-2030 Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometer

Channel(s): Atomic

In March 2016, Shimadzu launched the ICPMS-2030 Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometer, the company’s first global ICPMS platform. Shimadzu has been involved in ICP-OES since the conception of the technique in the late 1970ies (ICPQ-100 in 1977). Shimadzu also has a proven track in ICPMS technology and has achieved a leading role in the global market with Asia as the target area so far.

Shimadzu Europa
UV-3600 Plus & ISR-1503
New solutions for UV-VIS-NIR Measurements

Channel(s): UV/Vis Spectroscopy

Shimadzu’s UV-3600 and its successor UV-3600 Plus ultraviolet-visible near-infrared spectrophotometer systems are the world's first to be equipped with three detectors. By combining a photomultiplier tube for the ultraviolet-visible region and an InGaAs and cooled PbS detector for the near-infrared region, the instrument delivers greatly enhanced sensitivity throughout the entire range of wavelengths measured.

Shimadzu Europa
Analysis of heavy elements in cannabis and medicinal plants by USN-ICP-OES

Channel(s): ICP-MS / Atomic

In this advertorial we will investigate the preparation and the analysis of heavy metals in cannabis and medicinal plants using an ICP-OES in combination with an ultrasonic nebulizer (USN-ICP-OES).

Shimadzu Europa
Polymers found in seabirds’ stomachs: Comprehensive analysis applying FTIR and EDX technology

Channel(s): FT-IR / Infrared Spectroscopy

While polymers contribute to the convenience of modern life, they also threaten the environment and life, particularly in oceans, as plastic waste. Polymers decompose very slowly. Through physical impact they reduce in size and degrade into fragments of oxidized polymers. The effect of maritime animals or birds picking up polymer fragments of all sizes is well recognized all over the world. Especially fish are victims of human waste, but also seabirds, such as fulmars which carry plastic waste in their...

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