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How to Select the Right Water Purification System for Your Lab
Technical article on Selecting the Right Water Purification System
Heavy Metal Analysis of Cannabis sativa by ICP-MS and the Need for Proper Sample Homogenization
A 4-step comprehensive ICP-MS workflow including sample homogenization, with standard addition calibration method, to determine heavy metals in Cannabis sativa.
Ultrapure Water to Assess Toxic Elements in Environmental Analyses
See the data showing how Milli-Q® ultrapure water meets the stringent purity requirements for reliable trace element analyses of environmental samples.
ICP-MS Analysis of Heavy Metals in Hemp Containing Personal Care Products
Analysis of heavy metals and metals in cannabis and hemp containing personal care products and cosmetics include sample preparation by grinding, preparation of calibration solutions for a standard addition approach, a microwave digestion protocol and subsequent ICP-MS analysis.
Elemental Impurities - Certified Reference Materials for ICH Q3D, USP 232, USP 2232, and Ph.Eur. 5.20
Elemental impurities in drug products pose a risk to patient health due to toxicological effects, and their levels should be controlled within acceptable limits. Find analytical methods and materials for impurity assessment.
Ultrapure Water to Assess Elemental Impurities per USP
Elemental impurities in pharmaceutical drugs present a risk to human health and are regulated. Milli-Q® ultrapure water purification systems comply with the requirements for trace element analyses.
Optimal Water Purification for Silica Sensitive Applications
Compare RO vs. EDI vs. ion exchange resins to remove silica from water for silica-sensitive applications (e.g. microelectronics, testing chambers, autoclaves, sterilizers, …).
Ultrapure Water to Assess Trace Element Impurities in Pharmaceuticals
Elemental impurities in pharmaceutical products must be monitored and controlled at all stages of development and production. Ultrapure water produced by a Milli-Q® water system is recommended for ICP-MS and ICP-OES trace element analyses.