Prevention of errors through automation and standardization of multiple sample preparation techniques.
Centrifugation is a mechanical process for separating a solid/liquid phase or a liquid/liquid phase using centrifugal force.
Filtration is a mechanical separation process to separate solids from a suspension.
The process for flushing adsorbed substances out of a solid or liquid-soaked adsorbent.
Solid phase extraction is a method for the preconcentration and purification of analytes for analytical chromatography.
Headspace analysis is a method of analyzing a gas in contact with a liquid or solid sample.
Micro extraction is a process for extracting and enriching dissolved organic compounds from a matrix.
Thorough mixing of analytes prior to analysis is essential, especially for samples with multiphase systems.
For use of large quantities of solvent and collection of excess solvent in separate waste canisters.
Evaporation is a process for concentrating sample extracts
Weighing is a procedure for determining the weight of samples, analytes and other substances.