Organic photovoltaics (OPV) are solar cells based on organic semiconductors, which are thin, light, flexible and mechanically resistant.
More than 500 calibration standards and reference materials for petrochemistry! These standards are essential to control oils, lubricants, fuel, gasoline… according to international norms such as ASTM or IP standard methods.
Many new ranges (TOC, TIC or turbidity) have recently been developed for a broad and routine set of applications. They can be used on a wide variety of instruments. You will find all these products here.
For the scale-up and production requirements, more than 100 substances (acids, alkalis, salts and solvents) in big packs (>25 kg/l) have been launched in different grades (AnalaR® NORMAPUR®, GPR RECTAPUR® or TECHNICAL).
Wide range of GC secondary reference standards for various chromatographic and analytical applications. More than 70 new substances recently launched.
Our GC-HS solvent range has been extended by 2 new solvents (water and benzyl alcohol). It includes the most commonly used organic solvents with high UV transmittances suitable for the analysis of residual solvents as described by ICH, USP and Ph. Eur. me
Two new grades in a large choice of pack sizes to meet the EU Regulation 2017/1112 on the mutual recognition of procedures for the complete denaturing of alcohol.
Volumetric one-component titrating reagents for the determination of water by the Karl Fischer method available in new 2,5 l packs.
In Karl Fischer, titer determination, calibration, validation and inspection of analytical instruments (according to ISO, GMP, GLP and FDA guidelines) and reagents are performed with a specific amount of water, either pure water or water standards.
New MA Ultra formulated specially for removing tough stains like blood, oils, proteins, fats and critical residues such as resins, tars, silicones and waxes.
Additives are selective chemicals that are commonly added to the mobile phase or introduced post column prior to the interface to influence analyte ionisation.