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Thermo Fisher Scientific Releases New Chromatography Columns and Consumables Catalog
MILFORD, Mass. (January 20, 2010) - Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., the world leader in serving science, today announced the release of the 2010 - 2012 Thermo Scientific Chromatography Columns and Consumables catalog. Offering 540 pages of innovative and proven chromatography tools, including many novel and unique additions, the new catalog makes the broadest collection of tools and techniques readily available to meet all needs, from sample preparation to separation and analysis. This makes it a must-have reference for laboratories utilizing any form of chromatography.
With a long history of chromatography expertise and established products, the Thermo Fisher Scientific portfolio has grown to include trusted product names, such as Hypersil, Chromacol and National Scientific that give customers choice, quality and dependability. The company's outstanding product portfolio continues to expand, as demonstrated by the latest catalog, to include Hypersil GOLD HPLC Columns; TraceGOLD and TracePLOT GC Columns; HyperSep Retain SPE Solutions; National Scientific and Chromacol vials and closures; and reagents and standards.
The new Thermo Scientific Chromatography Columns and Consumables catalog is fully supported by in-depth scientific applications and knowledge to help customers identify the most appropriate product for their needs. An expert technical team, in collaboration with numerous customers, is dedicated to constantly developing new techniques and troubleshooting guides to further improve method development and advance chromatography approaches in line with current and future analytical demands. Many of these are collated as an extensive library within the catalog itself, further adding to the reference value of this comprehensive offering.
To order a new catalog or receive information, see www.thermo.com/chromatography.
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