The AffirmoEX benchtop EMR system for industry and academia
Oxford Instruments' latest benchtop analyser provides free radical and transition metal oxidation state information. electron magnetic resonance (EMR) is a unique technique in making these important measurements in the world of chemistry. An invention established 60 years ago and also known as EPR or ESR, Oxford Instruments' AffirmoEX uses the latest magnetic materials coupled to RF electronics developed for mobile phones to provide a small footprint, low cost system which is straightforward to use with no cumbersome cooling requirements.
Processes such as oxidation and degradation involve free radicals. For example, measure the rancidity of cooking oils or look at lubricant lifetime using EMR.
While this X-band system has research performance, it is designed to deliver specific solutions for applications in industry. And, it is also available with a specific education package to teach students about the potential of EMR as part of their chemistry curriculum. Led by professor Reef Morse, formerly of Wayne State University, the AffirmoEX is available with a modular teaching package providing education on the technique with simple, interesting examples to excite students to learn and apply this fundamental technology.
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Sensitivity is key: aurora M90, the ICP-MS workhorse
The new aurora M90 from Bruker revolutionises interference management in ICP-MS. The ingenious interface design removes interferences at their origin; thereby preventing them from accessing the mass analyser. This means that only analyte ions are focused into the mass analyser - delivering class-leading sensitivity of up to 1000kcps/ppb (115In), which is unmatched by any other quadrupole ICP-MS. Now, the most challenging samples can be routinely analysed using simple one-button operation. Even highly complex sample matrices - such as seawater or bodily fluids - can be sufficiently diluted without sacrificing detection limits. Additionally, high matrix samples can be prepared by fully automatic aerosol dilution, avoiding contamination by aqueous dilution. The aurora M90 is the ideal tool for high sample throughput demands: high performance with a robust and easy-to-maintain design that offers maximum uptime with minimum user interactions.
Perfectly suited for coupling with laser ablation devices, aurora's sensitivity is key to detecting ultra-traces in solid samples at small spot-sizes; enabling efficient sample analysis in a range of applications, including geochemistry, material characterisation, and forensics.
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The AffirmoEX benchtop EMR system
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