HPTLC can be used for Qualitative and Quantitative analysis. So HPTLC has a wide field application. The use of HPTLC is highly simplified. Explore the applications which are few out of many of the examples where HPTLC can be used.
Wet chemistry is the most classical format of analytical chemistry. The methods in wet chemistry analysis have a related range of applications. Automation and improvising these classical techniques make it an ideal low cost testing choice.Explore the list of applications to understand how these wet chemistry analyzers can help your sample analysis.
Near-Infrared Spectroscopy has uses like identification, classification and quality control. This is a rapid technique used for various applications. They can be used for online and offline quality monitoring steps. Explore more, different applications on NIR.
Know the advantages wet chemistry analyzers in routine analysis of drinking water and waste water.
Join us for the session to learn how HPTLC can detect colours in tea powder with effective and sensitive methods.
Join us for the session to learn how to automate your water analysis.
We will be covering topics on discrete analyser and continuous flow analysis.
9th WAC & International Arogya Expo 2022
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The Iatroscan TLC/FID chromatograph is manufactured by Mitsubishi, Japan and sold in India by Anchrom since 1978. It combines the advantages of separation by TLC (of non-volatiles) with detection by FID (popular detector in GC).
An entirely new generation of HPTLC System, specifically for Q.C. lab applications has been launched by CAMAG, Switzerland. There will be up to 5 identical looking instruments side by side with conveyerised movement of plates. Each instrument will perform one step of HPTLC procedure.
Wet chemistry is a proven method for analysis of samples in environmental, industrial, research, and quality control applications. The SmartChem® Series is a wet chemistry platform for automated photometric and electrochemical analysis.