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We provide services for control laboratories, R&D departments and instrument distributors all over the world, while having our base in the north of Europe. Diduco is an independent research partner and we pride ourselves with quick service adapted to your needs.
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Diduco focus on analytical techniques that can separate charged and neutral polar compounds in a reliable manner. Our laboratory is equipped with a range of HPLC instruments with different detectors to perform method development and analysis using techniques such as ion chromatography, hydrophilic interaction chromatography and ion exclusion chromatography, plus traditional reversed-phase.
Diduco specialises in analysis of charged and neutral polar compounds. This includes different inorganic anions, a range of organic acids, several sorts of carbohydrates and amino acids, plus a diversity of other hydrophilic molecules.
Suppressed IC is typically the go-to technique for analysis of inorganic ions such as fluoride, chloride and sulfate.
IC, ICE and HILIC - all can be used for analysis of organic acids dependig on the sample and the method demands.
IC, ICE and HILIC are all suitable for simple carbohydrates, whereas glycan complexes typically require HILIC.
Amino acids and other zwitterionic compounds can be analyzed by HILIC without any derivatization.
Modern healthcare depends on strict quality control and analyses determining identity and concentrations of active ingredients, impurities, raw materials, counterions and other excipients in pharmaceutical formulations. Diduco contributes by providing reliable products and developing new methods following the ICH guidelines.
Ensuring that water, juice, beer, wine and other beverages, dietary supplements and food ingredients, contain low levels of contaminants and are safe to eat, but include the stated amounts of nutrients, is of primary concern to ensure a healthy life for people.
Producing and storing energy in an efficient, reliable and sustainable manner is a monumental challenge for mankind. In energy plants and battery electrolytes it is therefore important to monitor contaminants and degradation products, since they are likely to affect the productivity, safety and duration of the systems.