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Lactic Acid Quality – Analyze Nitrogen, Sulfur, and Chlorine Regardless of the Matrix

publication date: Nov 30, 2018
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author/source: Analytik Jena

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Lactic acid is one of the world’s most popular biochemicals, especially in the food and cosmetics industries.

It is used as a raw material for the production of sustainable biopolymers and is a preservative, taste-enhancer, or PH-regulating component in many foods. High-quality lactic acid is crucial for subsequent production processes as well as the quality of the finished product. So, it is important to consistently avoid containments.

There are various solutions to analyze lactic acid for chlorine, sulfur, and nitrogen, but only one for optimal analysis: the multi EA 5000 from Analytik Jena. This elemental analyzer is both easy to use and has shown the most reliable performance in analyzing organic raw materials. The multi EA 5000’s innovative flame sensor automatically detects the ideal combustion temperature for each matrix type. In combination with powerful detection systems, this guarantees the best analysis results. Time-consuming sample preparation is completely eliminated with the multi EA 5000, regardless of the combustion behavior of the sample matrix.

Companies and contract laboratories in the food and cosmetics industries need analytical tools that integrate seamlessly into existing process chains, deliver reliable results, and do not cause any losses in efficiency. The multi EA 5000 does all of this and also brings high user comfort to the lab.


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