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Basic IonQuest System from Cecil Instruments Ltd.

ProductsBasic IonQuest System from Cecil Instruments Ltd.
Company Cecil Instruments Ltd.
Item Basic IonQuest System
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Description Whatever your Ion Chromatography requirements, IonQuest will provide great value plus more. The newly developed conductivity detector has very high sensitivities and exceptionally ultra-low drift. In addition to the standard conductivity detector, the IonQuest can be used with other detectors, such as electrochemical, refractive index, UV/Visible, WaveQuest UV/Visible ultra-fast scanning and fluorescence.
Info Cecil Instruments Ltd.Cecil Instruments Ltd.
Milton Technical Centre Cambridge, CB4 6AZ
United Kingdom
Customer Service: [44] 1223 420821
Fax Number: [44] 1223 420475
Web Site: http://www.cecilinstruments.com
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