- New publication: an article published in “Sensors”, has been written jointly by the “Laboratoire National d’Hydraulique et Environnement” (LNHE) from EDF company, the “Laboratoire de Chimie Moléculaire” from the CNRS and by the Polytechnique school from Paris. He is available for download at the following link (below):
“Tracking Monochloramine Decomposition in MIMS Analysis”.
- New development: our FTICR cell has been improved again ! The design of our filament holder is now more robust, in order to minimize its maintenance.
- New promotional video: MacFab Manufacturing (Canada), one of the leading companies in high precision parts manufacturing for analyzers. Prototyping, small or large series, assembly and cleaning are part of the company skills. We’ve chosen MacFab as one of our provider, to develop plates of our FTICR cells (BTrap). Then, MacFab also proposes us to make a promotional video which introduce our activities and our BTrap mass spectrometers. Below, the link to watch this video :
AlyXan – macfab
We sincerely thank MacFab Manufacturing, for their professionalism, kindness and the great quality of their work always delivered within a short time !
- Isipca’nalyse 2019: We’ve introduced our real-time analytical solutions, on 28 May 2019, at this forum dedicated to the analysis of aroma/perfumes/cosmetics. More information, below :
- BTrap instrument acquisition by the “Laboratoire de Physique des Gaz et des Plasmas” (LPGP, Paris-Sud University, Orsay, France): A BTrap instrument has been delivered, by the end of February 2019, to the team DIREBIO involved with the pulse discharges, the high pressure reactivities and the plasma interfaces research. More precisely, they work on electrical discharges out of steady state (cold plasmas) and close to atmospheric pressure, used for the removal of pollutants in gaseous effluents. In this context, the BTrap will be used to characterize efficiency of such processing.
This analyzer BTrap is well suited to meet the requirements of these applications. He is equipped with two separate “sniffer” sampling lines, in order to measure sequentially at the upstream and downstream of the plasma discharge and so to characterize efficiency of the discharge. BTrap also allows the determination of reaction rate constants related to the formation/loss of byproducts after the plasma treatment. These datas are essential to well understand the pollutants degradation kinetics in a cold plasma.