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Microplastics Analysis

Microplastics Analysis

With more than 80 years of delivering analytical solutions, PerkinElmer is a trusted partner for your microplastics analytical and research needs, including the identification of microplastics and associated pollutants, and eco-toxicological studies focusing on genomic and proteomic effects microplastics have on marine organisms. Our comprehensive and innovative solutions will help you to better identify and quantitate microplastics and the organic pollutants which can accumulate on their surfaces as well as to measure their biological impact on the marine and freshwater ecosystems and the food chain.

Microplastics Analysis Solutions Spotlight

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Customer Spotlight: Norwegian Institute for Water Research (NIVA)

Representatives from the Norwegian Institute for Water Research (NIVA) discuss their investigation into the presence of microplastics in the Arctic Ocean. The r ...
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Microplastics Analysis Brochure

PerkinElmer offers comprehensive and innovative solutions for the identification and quantification of microplastics. Our portfolio includes leading technologie ...
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Teaching the World About Mismanaged Plastics

Microplastics are tiny plastic particles that have become a permanent part of the marine environment, and that can end up being ingested by humans through seafo ...
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University of Birmingham Team Uses Agile TGA-FTIR-GC/MS Workflow to Advance Microplastics Research

One of the biggest challenges to-date in microplastics analysis has been the lack of standardized methodologies that articulate best practices and approaches to ...
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Carbon by ICP-MS? Detecting Microplastics by Single Particle ICP-MS

Plastic is a global problem due to its ubiquity and persistence in the environment. It is estimated that approximately 10% of all plastic produced ends up as fr ...
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EnviroChat Interviews

As part of our efforts to educate ourselves and our customers, we are actively engaged with researchers and subject matter experts from around the world to expl ...
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Researching Plastics in the Environment

Dr. Adam Porter of the University of Exeter has focused his research on understanding the fate of plastics in the environment. Using the Spotlight™ 400 FTIR Sys ...
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Microplastics in Air

Air is a critical pathway for the transportation of microplastics. With their small size and low density, these particles can travel great distances and are fou ...
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Nanoplastic and Microplastic Removal from Water

Professor Denise Mitrano of ETHZurich provides an overview of her recent research on the effectiveness of technical water systems such as wastewater and drinkin ...
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Airborne Microplastics in Urban, Tropical and Free Tropospheric Atmospheres

Dr. Hiroshi Okochi of Waseda University presents his latest research on the detection of airborne microplastics (AMPs) in urban, tropical and free tropospheric ...
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Microplastic Analysis of Selected Marine Commodities

Dr. Jose Isagani Janairo of De La Salle University presented a talk on microplastic analysis of selected Philippine marine commodities at the PerkinElmer Global ...
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The Environmental Impact of Microplastics

The Environmental Impact of Microplastics Microplastics are tiny plastic particles that form as a result of the plastic content in consumer products and the bre ...
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On-Demand Webinar: Micro and Nano Particles: Characterization, Evolution & Impact

Nanomaterials and microplastics are not new to us. Nanomaterials, chemical structures with at least one dimension of 1 to 100 nanometers, are produced through n ...
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On-Demand Webinar: Microplastics in Bottled Water

Analysis of both environmental samples and consumer products containing microplastics is essential to determine their prevalence and impact.
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On-Demand Webinar: Microplastics in Rivers and the Marine Environment

Researchers worldwide are looking for technology to more effectively collect, measure and analyze microplastics in the environment so they can better understand ...
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Hyphenated Technology

Analytical scientists and manufacturers working on new product development and process improvements need the ability to perform in-depth characterization of mat ...
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