Interested candidates please send your application letter, Chinese and English resume, copy of ID card and certificates, a recent photo
New Service manager.
In October 2007 Jakob Thyr started as the new service
manager at K-analys. Jakob has a Master of Science in Chemical
Engineering degree from Uppsala university and has previously been
working in the pharmaceutical business. Jakob will be responsible
for service and support and will be replacing Johan Lindgren who is
now working in a micro mechanics company.
FT-IR spectroscopy days at K-analys AB in February 2007!
During one week in February we will have on loan an IdentifyIR instrument from Smiths Detection. This instrument together with our own instruments, the FTIR
IlluminatIR and an InVia Raman, will give you a unique possibility to try all these FT-IR spectroscopy techniques at once.
The IdentifyIR is a light-weight portable FTIR spectrometer working with the ATR principle, and equipped with new brilliant software that makes FTIR analyses faster and more accurate then ever before.
The IlluminatIR uses both ARO and ATR principles, but also the same software for quick library search and identification.
The InVia Raman complements the two FTIR instruments and is equipped with two lasers, 514 nm and 785 nm.
Take a chance to try your samples while you have all three at hand. Bring your tricky samples and see what can be achieved.
Call us in Uppsala to book a visit, or to send your samples to us. What suits you best?
K-analys Newsletter 2 - Combine your Raman with , AFM
and NSOM (Mar 2006)
In this news letter we inform about how you can extract that extra information from
your samples by combining Raman, , NSOM (NearField Scanning Optical
Microscopy) and AFM (Atomic Force Microscopy). We also have
an interesting Raman application presented by conservator Cecilia
R?nnerstam, National Museum of
Fine Arts in Stockholm.
Seminar tour in nano technology.
In March K-analys AB together with Nanonics Imaging Ltd, Smiths
Detection, Renishaw plc Finnish Chemical Society and the Nanoscience
held nano technology seminars in
G?teborg, Link?ping, Uppsala and
Introducing the latest development
in the nano technology field and showing how Raman, NSOM and IR can
be used as nano tools.
Raman spectroscopy on pigments from 17th century portrait
In 1680 court miniaturist Elias Brenner created a document on
pigments recommended for miniature painting, containing actual
samples of each pigment. As part of a research project by
at National Museum of Fine Arts in
Stockholm, these pigments are currently being analysed at K-Analys
AB using Raman spectroscopy.
K-analys Newsletter 1 - Efficient ways of analysing chemicals
and performing cleaning validation tests
Our first newsletter!! A presentation of instruments that will save you
both time and money, regardless if you work in research or
IMS and IR FT-IR spectroscopy cleaning validation
Ion Mobility spectroscopyFT-IR spectroscopy (IMS) and IR
FT-IR spectroscopy are two
techniques for cleaning validation which are getting more and
more accepted as reported by the "FT-IR spectroscopy" magazine.
Seminar on Reaction Calorimetry
The 26th of October 2005 K-analys AB had the pleasure to demonstrate
the micro Reaction Calorimeter from THT, UK. The seminar was hosted by
Lundbeck AS, Copenhagen, and held in their premises. Phil O`Kane from
Thermal Hazards Technology, UK informed about Micro Reaction
Calorimetry and its applications and held practical demonstrations.
K-analys AB analyses unique document!
The 17th century artist Elias Brenner compiled a unique document in
left samples of 30 different pigments. K-analys AB together with
researcher Cecilia R?nnerstam from Swedish National Museum of Fine
Arts has placed the pigments
under a Raman microscope! Read more...
Seminar on combined Raman-SPM technologies
K-analys AB, together with Nanonics and Renishaw, arranged a seminar
on the subject Raman/SPM the 9-10th of March 2005. The combination of
Raman spectroscopy and Atomic Force Microscopy gives you chemical
composition information on nanometer scale!
Raman and Near Field Scanning Optical Microscope -
a powerful combination
In February 2004 K-analys AB together with Nanonics organised a
seminar about Raman and NSOM. The seminar was held at K-analys
facilities in Uppsala, Sweden. Dr Lars H?lldahl (K-analys) presented the
Raman and the In Via instrument. Dr David Lewis (Nanonics)came from
Israel to present the SPM , especially the NSOM instrument, and its
integration to Raman. After the presentations there were practical
demonstrations and samples running. Around 20 persons from
universities and research laboratories all over Scandinavia showed up
and made the seminar a real success!