• Analysis of Additives in Soft Drinks Using a UHPLC System (X-LC)

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  • Analysis of Aldehydes using Post-column Derivatization by High Performance Liquid Chromatography

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  • Thermal denaturation analysis of super thermostable cellulase using a TC-700P

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  • Analysis of automotive fluids using FTIR with an ATR accessory

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  • Multi-layer film analysis by ellipsometry

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  • Using fluorescence detection in the detection of counterfeit US currency

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  • Separation of Basic Drugs by Supercritical Fluid Chromatography

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  • FTIR microscopy for the analysis of polymer laminates in beverage packaging

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  • CD spectra measurement using a OneDrop microsampling disc

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  • Automated analysis of sun protection factor (SPF) in sunscreen using UV-visible spectroscopy

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Education and Training Seminars

Education and Training Seminars

JASCO offers both on-site training and regularly scheduled training seminars at our Easton, Maryland applications lab.

Upcoming Training Sessions

SFC-4000 Analytical SFC

JASCO releases the new SF-4000 Series SFC Systems

The SF-4000 series of reliable SFC systems will give you increased productivity in both chiral and achiral chromatography, from simple analytical separations for routine analysis and method development through to preparative systems at scales using from 1cm to 3cm ID columns.

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Explore the latest innovations available from JASCO

  • J-1100 Circular Dichroism Spectrophotometer

    Circular Dichroism J-1100

    The J-1100 is an economical, general-purpose instrument with a compact design to save your lab bench space. The simplified yet powerful design is perfect for users looking to obtain more routine CD measurements in both academia and industry.

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    Integrated HPLC and UHPLC Systems

    The concept of the integrated LC-4000 series HPLC provides key separation platforms at 50MPa, 70MPa and 130MPa which correspond to conventional HPLC, the increasingly popular Rapid Analysis (RHPLC) and sub 2μm UHPLC, respectively.