High end Analytical Instrumentation

CML is committed to provide the highest quality Chemical and Microbiological analysis and analytical testing services. We have a range of high end analytical instrumentation.

Instrument Techniques Applications

Gas Chromatograph

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GC-MS/
Head-space GC-MS
SPME-GC-MS
GC-ECD
GC-NPD
 

GC-FID
GC-PFPD

 
 
 

GC-Purge & Trap

 
 
Structure elucidation, quantitative determination, large collection of MS reference spectra for structural assignment/confirmation

 
Quantitative and qualitative analysis of organic compounds (fatty acids, cholesterol and solvents)
 
 
Quantitative and qualitative analysis of volatile organic compounds in water (THMs)

Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer

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Flame
VGA
GTA
 
 
 
Quantitative determination of metals in trace levels (in water, foods, cosmetics and pesticides, pharmaceuticals)

FTIR

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High resolution FTIR Systems
FTIR-ATR
 
 
Surface analysis, qualitative determination, large collection of IR-reference spectra for structural assignment

UV/Visible Spectrometer

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Scanning over UV/Visible range
 
 
Quantitative determination of organic and inorganic compounds

Liquid Chromatograph

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HPLC/UV
HPLC/RI
HPLC/FLD
HPLC/DAD
 
 
Quantitative and qualitative determination of organic compounds (Vitamins, sugars, amino acids, active ingredients in Pharmaceuticals , Histamine)

Optical Microscope

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Digital ImagingImage transmission and store in electrical devices
 
 
Identification of algae, yeast and mould.Determination of surface morphology and size

Contact CML for more information to check how these Instrumentation an capabilities can be applied to your requirements.

 

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