GC with auto sampling

GC with auto-sampling: GC is a common type of chromatography in analytical chemistry, typically it is used for separating and analyzing compounds that can be vaporized without decomposition.


GC-MS: GC-MS is an analytical method that combines gas-chromatography and mass spectrometry, generally installed to identify different substances within a test sample. It allows detection and identification of trace elements in analytes.

High pressure flow reactor system

High pressure flow reactor system: High pressure flow reactors are used in bench-scale catalytic screening and kinetic studies of various solid catalysts for gas phase reactions. Normally they are operated under dynamic conditions, whereby the reactants are continuously fed to the reactor and products are continuously collected for analysis.


HPLC: HPLC is a widely used technique in separating and quantifying each components in a mixture. It relies on different interactions between the components and the adsorbent material, which leads to the separation of the mixture as they flow out the column.


UPLC-ESI-MS: In UPLC-ESI-MS, electrospray ionization is the ion source of choice to couple liquid chromatography with mass spectrometry. ESI is a technique used to produce ions using an electrospray in which a high voltage is applied to a liquid to create an aerosol. It is especially useful in producing ions from macromolecules because it overcomes the propensity of these molecules to fragment when ionized.