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Shimadzu introduced this week its Nexera ultra high-performance liquid chromatography system.

The instrument's newly designed Nexera SIL-30AC autosampler minimizes carryover and features an injection speed of 10 seconds as well as an overlapping injection function to reduce cycle times. In addition, the system's LC-30AD pump uses an automatic pulsation-correction mechanism and high-speed parallel microplunger design to allow for pulse-free solvent delivery and excellent retention time reproducibility, the company said.

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