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What's Going On At United Chemical Technologies:

GC–MS Analysis of Soil Faecal Biomarkers Uncovers Mammalian Species and the Economic Management of the Archeological Site

By UCT | June 2, 2023

While United Chemical Technologies is most well-known for our high-quality solid phase extraction products and specialty silanes, silicones, and siloxanes, we also provide high-quality derivatizing reagents (DRs), with a wide Read More

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Is it Orange Juice?

By UCT | May 24, 2023

Orange juice is among the top10 ten most adulterated beverages sold to consumers. Renowned analytical chemists Drs. Jian Wang and Willis Chow from the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) have Read More

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Nature Finds A Way: Greening of Potato Tubers Retards Bacteria Growth, or Why Our Parents Peeled the Potatoes

By UCT | March 29, 2023

For many of us, we can remember our parents and grandparents peeling potatoes before cooking them. For those of us who like the taste of potato skins, we often wondered Read More

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Clean Screen® DAU Used in Heroin-related Death Study Conducted in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

By UCT | March 15, 2023

Drug trends in some regions of the world are extensively studied while in other regions little to no research has been done. For example, countless studies have been performed in Read More

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Per-Aqueous Liquid Chromatography for the Separation of Polar Compounds‑Preparation and Characterization of Poly (ethylene oxide‑co‑dimethylsiloxane) Based Stationary Phase

By UCT | February 28, 2023

United Chemical Technologies is widely known for our high-quality solid phase extraction products and stationary phases. Though we full equipped to make custom bonded phases for clients, we love to Read More

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Mushrooms for Memory?

By UCT | February 16, 2023

Researchers worldwide have been studying Hericium erinaceus [1] (also called lion’s mane mushroom, mountain-priest mushroom, or bearded tooth fungus). This magical mushroom is common throughout North America, Europe, and Asia Read More

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Clean Screen XCEL I Used to Confirm Fentanyl Overdose in Italian Case Study

By UCT | February 1, 2023

Fentanyl, a well-known synthetic opioid approximately 100 times more potent than morphine, continues to be a public health issue. In cases of a fentanyl overdose, it is difficult to determine Read More

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Physicochemical Properties Predict Retention of Antibiotics in Water-in-Oil Droplets

By UCT | January 18, 2023

The ability to study antibiotic resistant pathogens by using methods such as antimicrobial susceptibility testing (AST) is important, especially with the rapid emergence of more and more antibiotic resistant pathogens. Read More

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