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You might think your gas generator has been approved by your instrument manufacturer when it is in fact merely ‘designed for’ your particular GC or LC-MS instrument. Read on to discover the significant difference.
With cannabis now legal, either for medicinal or recreational use, in a number of countries around the world, the scientific community is increasingly focussing on its quality control and ensuring it is safe for use.
If your laboratory in Russia requires nitrogen gas for analysis, you might want to consider controlling costs by choosing a nitrogen generator to provide your gas supply.
A rover will search for life on Mars using Gas Chromatography (GC) and Mass Spectrometry (Mass Spec) equipment.
Laboratory techniques such as LC-MS and GC are widely used in France and typically require nitrogen gas. Although using dewars or cylinders are ways that labs in France can supply nitrogen to their instruments, the ideal solution for many French laboratories is to use a nitrogen generator.