New Refractive Index Detector for Routine LC Analysis
Jul 27 2023
Thermo Fisher Scientific is expanding its range of liquid chromatography (LC) instruments with the introduction of the Thermo Scientific Vanquish Refractive Index Detector. This new detector is designed to facilitate simple routine isocratic analysis, enabling the detection of substances lacking UV chromophores, and is powered by proven technology.
The Vanquish Refractive Index Detector complements Thermo Fisher Scientific's comprehensive portfolio of dependable and user-friendly LC instruments. It empowers researchers to detect and analyse compounds across various applications, including drug manufacturing, fine chemical purity analysis, and quality control in the food industry. By extending the detection options for analytes lacking chromophores, such as carbohydrates, lipids, and polymers, the new detector ensures consistent and reliable compound detection.
One of the advantages of the Vanquish Refractive Index Detector is its space-saving design, making it a suitable addition to laboratories with limited bench space. It also offers safe leakage control and enables smooth integration into modern instrumentation without disrupting established methods.
The Thermo Scientific Vanquish Refractive Index Detector extends the detection capabilities of the Vanquish LC platform, particularly for isocratic separations. It empowers users with a user-friendly setup and operation, featuring optimised fluidic connections and single-point intelligent controls. Additionally, the new detector facilitates seamless method transfer of legacy methods to Vanquish LC systems, streamlining analytical workflows and ensuring continuity in research and analysis.
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