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Solid Phase Microextraction (SPME) for Solvent-Free Sample Preparation

Solid phase microextraction (SPME) enables solvent-free sample preparation. There are two types of SPME extractions: headspace analysis and direct immersion (DI). Agilent SPME Arrows and fibers can either be used in headspace analysis or by direct immersion in liquid analytes. Agilent supplies SPME Arrows and fibers in packs of three, and related accessories, including fiber holders and inlet guides. SPME Arrows and fibers are available in a range of coatings for a variety of applications. Smart SPME Arrows and fibers for compatibility with the PAL3 Series II are also available.

Solid Phase Microextraction (SPME) for Solvent-Free Sample Preparation

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Captiva Syringe Filter Selector Tool

The Captiva Syringe Filter selector tool helps you find the best syringe filter to suit your sample prep needs.

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The SPE Selector Tool helps find the best SPE based on your application, SPE format, sample volume and bed mass.

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The SPME Arrow – Intuvo GC – MS/MS system incorporates maximum precision coupled with a speed that is not achieved with any other technology. According to the studies of J·Vigas, there is no other equipment on the current market for the analysis of TCA in wine stoppers that gives such reliable results in 5 minutes.

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