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Supercritical fluid chromatography and extraction systems (SFC/SFE) from JASCO

Description: JASCO offers a dedicated system for SFC and SFE applications based upon the modular LC-1500 series of HPLC instrumentation. JASCO has recently added the following modules to enhance the capability of the system: - The PU-1580-CO2 delivery pump for supercritical fluid chromatography and extraction ...
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AS-2055/2057 Intelligent Autosampler from JASCO

Description: The JASCO Model AS-2055 and AS-2057 are fully automatic sample injection systems enabling greater productivity and the highest possible level of precision. Sampling flexibility is unparalleled with up to 384 well positions (microplate) for laboratory automation and combinatorial chemistry. Also ava...
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EZChrom Elite from JASCO

Description: 21 CFR part 11, Compliant software for JASCO HPLC systems. Integrated Instrument Control EZChrom Elite can be configured with a vast number of control software options for JASCO HPLC systems. This provides a completely integrated system to control instrument's operation,...
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LV-2080 Solvent Switching Valve from JASCO

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HV-2080-01 Column Switching Valve from JASCO

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FP-6500/6600 research-grade fluorescence spectrometers from JASCO

Description: The FP-6500 is the research-grade spectrofluorometer with a minimum 1 nm resolution and a highest sensitivity S/N ratio 200 or greater for the Raman band of water. The FP-6500 is especially designed to keep in mind in order to meet requirements in biochemistry as kinetics, stopped-flow, titration,...
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