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The History of Gas Analysis in Electrochemistry

Electrochemistry is concerned with the range of oxidation-reduction (redox) reactions that cause electrons to transfer between the molecules of reactants. It is the study of the relationship between electricity and an identifiable chemical change, which was first...

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The Working Principle of a Mass Spectrometer

The analytical technique of mass spectrometry has a broad range of uses that include, for example, identifying unknown compounds within a material, measuring the amount of a known material that is present in a sample, and measuring changes in sample composition in...

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Molecular Beam Gas Analysis with Hiden Analytical

HPR60 Molecular beam mass spectrometry (MBMS) is used for quantitative gas analysis of reactive species and intermediates formed in various processes. Gas phase intermediates are sampled from reaction chambers using a differentially-pumped inlet, which forms a...

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Exploring Spectrometers for Thin Film Applications

Successful engineering of a thin film structure through semi-modern manufacturing techniques was first reported as early as the 1800s. Oil-sealed vacuum pumps were used to sputter a component substrate with nebulized sample material, forming an extremely functional...

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Why Does Nanotechnology Require Mass Spectrometry?

The field of Nanotechnology encompasses applications in the research and development of matter at the molecular, macromolecular, or atomic scale – with dimensions in the order of 1-100 nanometers. At this scale materials exhibit different quantum mechanical properties...

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Gas Analyzers for Fermentation Monitoring

Fermentation is a biologically active process that metabolizes organic products in a controlled environment. Industrial fermentation typically takes place in a sealed bioreactor comprising multiple components, including air and reagent gas inlets, a mechanical...

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What is TPR?

Temperature programmed reduction (TPR) is a material characterization process commonly used in catalysis characterization and screening to examine the surface chemistry of metals and metal oxides under varying thermal conditions. TPR-enabled mass spectrometry...

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The Applications of Gas Analyzers

A gas analyzer is an analytical instrument used to identify the concentration of known gases in an atmosphere that contains multiple gases. It is used to monitor and assist in areas such as process safety improvement, quality studies, efficiency analysis, and...

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Analyzers & Mass Spectrometers for Plasma Research

Hiden Analytical develops and manufactures a wide range of mass spectrometers and probes for precision diagnostic and analysis capability in plasma research. Plasma research is still a relatively new field of study, examining the state of charged particles of matter...

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More than a Mass Spec – Purchasing Peace of Mind

When it comes to purchasing a mass spectrometer, whether for gas analysis, vacuum diagnostics, surface science or plasma studies, system price and running costs going forward are two key parameters in the decision process. Hiden Analytical recognize that the...

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