Environmental labs around the world use Agilent instruments to test the air, water and soil.
They use the wide range of instruments to quickly and accurately detect trace levels of pesticides and a growing list of emerging contaminants, such as hormones that can make fish grow to twice their normal size or give them a mix of male and female characteristics.
Agilent’s gas and liquid chromatographs separate mixtures into their individual components. Mass spectrometers can identify target compounds and determine the amount of each, down to parts per trillion.
Environmental analysis is vital work that Agilent instruments have supported for more than 40 years, starting with the company’s first gas chromatograph and continuing today with a range of ever-more-sophisticated technologies.
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