Thermo Fisher Scientific
The presence of a known impurity or an unknown contaminant, even at trace levels, can have serious consequences for the safety or quality of a product or the environment, be that a pharmaceutical, food and beverage or a water/soil sample. Especially within routine and manufacturing supporting laboratories, false positives or false negatives can have significant quality impacts as well as financial consequences (i.e. loss of production batch).
Register to view our on-demand seminar to learn about our comprehensive new workflow solution for impurity analysis and how quality can be assured at each stage of the workflow. See how, through new technology, we bring mass spectrometry to chromatographers and how the Chromeleon CDS software can be used for both HPLC and IC separations and mass spectrometry, while ensuring data integrity and reproducible performance.
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