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Posted: May 01, 2012
Alfa Aesar Launches Catalog and Periodic Table App
(Nanowerk News) Alfa Aesar, a Johnson Matthey Company, today unveils the Alfa Aesar App for iPhone, iPad and Android. Users of the app will have access to a fully-functional digital version of Alfa Aesar's popular print catalog as well as reference materials. The Alfa Aesar app is available free to download from the iTunes Store and Google Play.
In addition to a full listing of Alfa Aesar products and technical specifications, the iPad version will also provide users with an interactive periodic table that details properties for each element. The app also links to the Alfa Aesar website, allowing users to quickly purchases products they find within the app. Users will also be able to save catalog pages as PDFs, email content to a friend, or add notes and bookmarks.
Alfa Aesar has designed the app so that users will experience the optimal interface for their device. Content is presented simply and clearly, and pop-up references and data tables are handled accordingly for a customized experience. Alfa Aesar will continue to add content to the app on an ongoing basis to ensure the most up-to-date and relevant information is easily accessible to users.
To download the free Alfa Aesar App, please visit the iTunes Store or Google Play.
About Alfa Aesar
Alfa Aesar, a Johnson Matthey Company, is a leading international manufacturer and supplier of research chemicals, metals and materials. With over 36,000 products listed in its catalogs, Alfa Aesar is the single source for customers' needs for chemicals and materials in sizes for research and scale up. The Alfa Aesar catalog carries materials for biological research, organic compounds, high purity inorganics, pure elements, alloys, precious metal catalysts, AA/ICP standards and more. Alfa Aesar has sales offices and distribution facilities throughout North America, Europe and Asia and a distributor network covering the globe.