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Posted: July 13, 2009

Bibliography Demonstrates Applications of UV Area Imaging

(Nanowerk News) Paraytec Ltd., the developer of the world's first quantitative UV area imaging system, has announced a major expansion of their online applications bibliography and technical downloads section.
Located at http://www.paraytec.com/downloads/brochures-catalogues/ - Paraytec have assembled a selection of application notes, technical articles, posters and presentations that demonstrate the growing array of applications that benefit from their ActiPix™ technology.
Paraytec's multi-award winning product, the ActiPix™ D100, is the world's first quantitative UV area imaging system. As well as providing superior performance over existing micro and nano flow detectors the patented ActiPix™ opens up intriguing new possibilities never before possible using conventional detectors.
Applications for the company's patented ActiPix™ technology can be broadly classified into two types, area imaging or capillary based. Area imaging applications include real time study of diffusion processes, in-line quantification and sizing of biopharmaceuticals, dissolution / solubility testing and membrane transport studies. Capillary based applications include use of the ActiPix™ D100 as a sensitive and selective detector for multiplexed capillary electrophoresis (CE), nano-liquid chromatography (nano-LC) and capillary LC experiments.
Paraytec Ltd is a scientific instrument company based in York, UK, designing, developing and manufacturing innovative detectors. Paraytec was established in January 2005 as a spin-out from the Chemistry Department at the University Of York, UK. Winner of the prestigious PittCon Editors Silver Award and an R&D 100 Award in 2007, the ActiPix™ D100 has achieved widespread recognition as a novel analytical instrument delivering applications advances.
Source: Paraytec (press release)
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