A New Chapter of Air Quality Monitoring Has Begun…

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RJ Lee Group is proud to announce our newest teaming partner, Montrose Environmental Group. Montrose is a strategic partner for the environmental analytical services market, helping to scientifically validate Proton Transfer Reaction Mass Spectrometry (PTR-MS) as an in-field technique for air quality monitoring. The company has a longstanding tradition in environmental measurement and analytical services, […]

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Antonios Tasoglou, Ph.D. Joins RJ Lee Group as PTR-MS Specialist

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RJ Lee Group has announced that Antonios Tasoglou, Ph.D. has joined the company as Senior Scientist and PTR-MS Specialist (proton transfer reaction. Dr. Tasoglou has worked with several organizations to conduct research for atmospheric pollution in the gas and particles phases. His work also includes extensive air quality measurements for the European Research Council ATMOPACS […]

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Synthetic Drugs Detected using PTR-TOFMS Technology

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  • 3:56PM Apr 10, 2015
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Written by Todd Rogers, Ph.D. Scientists at IONICON Analytik, Austria-based partners of RJ Lee Group, have demonstrated the ability of Proton Transfer Reaction Time of Flight Mass Spectrometry (PTR-TOFMS) to identify several synthetic drugs within 30 seconds of analysis.  Synthetic drugs, sometimes referred to as New Psychoactive Substances (NPS), are artificially produced chemicals that mimic […]

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Center for Laboratory Sciences Announces Name Change to Reflect Commitment to Columbia Basin College

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  • 12:26PM Feb 18, 2015
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(PASCO, Wash., Feb. 18, 2015) The Center for Laboratory Sciences located on the Columbia Basin College campus announced today that it is changing its name to Columbia Basin Analytical Laboratories. This change further emphasizes the expanding partnership between Columbia Basin College and RJ Lee Group. The laboratories, which began operation in 2001, will continue to […]

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2014: A Year of Discovery and Innovation at RJ Lee Group

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  • 5:04PM Dec 29, 2014
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2014 was a year that, while demanding, was also challenging and exciting. We adjusted to meet the impact of reduced government spending, the slowing of the global economy, and the overall fiscal uncertainty felt by our customers that eventually reflected in our revenues. Fortunately, we were able to recoup this setback and by the third […]

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IONICON Analytik Selects RJ Lee Group as Exclusive U.S. Distributor for Real-Time Trace Gas Analysis Products

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  • 12:23PM Jun 24, 2013
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(MONROEVILLE, Pa., June 24, 2013) RJ Lee Group, Inc. materials characterization laboratory and industrial forensics consulting firm today announced that it has become the exclusive U.S. distribution partner for IONICON Analytik GmbH’s Trace Gas Analysis products including the Proton Transfer Reaction – Mass Spectrometer (PTR-MS) trace gas analyzer. This highly sensitive analyzer allows real-time monitoring […]

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RJ Lee Group Provides Rapid, Mobile Monitoring of Organic Contamination and Leaks Caused by Hurricane Sandy

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  • 11:31AM Nov 06, 2012
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(MONROEVILLE, Pa., November 6, 2012) RJ Lee Group, Inc.’s mobile laboratory is now available to aid in assessing and monitoring organic contaminants that may occur in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.  Using novel analytical technology, RJ Lee Group can support investigations associated with suspect odors, volatile toxic compounds and organic chemical releases to the environment. 

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RJ Lee Group Fields the PTR-MS Instrument for Real-Time VOC Monitoring

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  • 11:08AM May 01, 2012
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(MONROEVILLE, Pa., May 1, 2012) RJ Lee Group, Inc., a materials characterization laboratory and industrial forensics and environmental consulting firm, recently fielded the new Proton Transfer Reaction – Mass Spectrometry (PTR-MS) instrument that allows for monitoring of volatile organic compounds (VOCs).  The PTR-MS does not require a gas supply and is Iight-weight, relatively small and […]

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