Products

Raman microspectroscopy

21 April, 2003 | Warsash Scientific Pty Ltd

Warsash Scientific has released the InVia Reflex fully automated Raman microscope from Renishaw. They add simplicity of operation to the performance and flexibility to Renishaw's high optical efficiency Raman microspectrometer design, with a directly coupled Leica DMLM microscope.

ICP-MS

21 April, 2003 | Varian Australia Pty Ltd

Varian's ICP-MS offers ease of use and high sensitivity with its 90° ion optics. The ion mirror reflects analyte ions through 90°, while neutrals and photons pass through. This produces a very high signal to background ratio for low-level detection limits and features tunable gigahertz sensitivity (one thousand million counts per second for every ppm).

ICP/ICP-MS Glassware

21 April, 2003 | G&C Instrument Services Pty Ltd

G&C Instrument Services supplies a range of ICP and ICP-MS glassware suited to many different manufacturers and models. The range includes torches, spray chambers, nebulisers, bonnets, demountable systems and some specialised items.

Visible light spectrophotometers

21 April, 2003 | VWR International Pty Ltd

The range of Bibby Anadeo visible spectrophotometers is compact and easy to use. It has a large clear LCD, an intuitive navigation system, and is user-friendly. Users can become familiar with the functions very rapidly, including the programmable memory facility. The precision optics system gives reliable results.

Fourier transform infrared spectro

21 April, 2003 | Shimadzu Scientific Instruments (Oceania) Pty Ltd

Shimadzu's FT-IR, the IR Prestige-21, offers an expandable wavelength range from near IR to far IR (12,500 to 240 cm-1) and features an S/N ratio of 40,000:1 or higher. This is achieved with a high sensitivity DLATGS detector, high throughput optical elements and a high intensity ceramic light source.

Excimer laser ablation system

21 April, 2003 | Thermo Fisher Scientific

The New Wave Research/Merchantek laser ablation systems feature numerous innovations including flat beam ablation, 213 nm UV ablation and Merchantek laser ablation software.

Excimer laser ablation system

20 February, 2003 | Thermo Fisher Scientific

The New Wave Research/Merchantek laser ablation systems feature numerous innovations including flat beam ablation, 213 nm UV ablation and Merchantek laser ablation software. The UP193HE, high energy, excimer-based laser ablation system is the second generation of excimer-based laser which is specifically designed for solid sampling introduction to ICP, ICP-MS, noble gas MS and stable isotope MS instruments of all makes and models. Its high energy density (>35 J/cm2) at the sample, homogenised beam and short 193 nm wavelength make it suitable for opaque and highly transmissive materials alike.

Visible light spectrophotometers

20 February, 2003 | VWR International Pty Ltd

The range of Bibby Anadeo visible spectrophotometers is compact and easy to use. It has a large clear LCD, an intuitive navigation system, and is user-friendly. Users can become familiar with the functions very rapidly, including the programmable memory facility. The precision optics system gives reliable results.

Biological spectrophotometer

20 February, 2003 | Bio-Strategy Pty Ltd

The Shimadzu BioSpec-mini spectrophotometer comes standard with a spectrum mode allowing for full spectral data acquisition over the wavelength range of 190 to 1100 nm. Comprehensive nucleic acid and protein analysis modules provide quick and easy answers.

Raman microspectroscopy

20 February, 2003 | Warsash Scientific Pty Ltd

Warsash Scientific has released the InVia Reflex fully automated Raman microscope from Renishaw. They add simplicity of operation to the performance and flexibility to Renishaw's high optical efficiency Raman microspectrometer design, with a directly coupled Leica DMLM microscope.

Maldi-mass spectrometry matrices

20 February, 2003 | Merck

Maldi (matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionisation), a laser-based soft ionisation method, is one of the most successful ionisation methods for mass spectrometric analysis and investigation of large molecules. In addition, analysis of post source decay (decay of proteins following the ionisation) in many cases allows rapid sequencing of proteins. Thus Maldi has gained a crucial importance for protein analysis.

Food analyser

20 February, 2003 | Analytical Technologies Australia

The Unity FoodStar 1100 is a scanning NIR analyser designed to meet a wide variety of at-line analysis needs. The FoodStar 1100 uses the entire shortwave-NIR scanning range (730-1100 nm) to provide accurate readings of fat, moisture, protein, and many other constituents.

Spectroscopic research spectrometer

20 February, 2003 | Ai Scientific Pty Ltd

The Digilab FTS 7000 is a high performance spectrometer designed to meet the requirements of the spectroscopic researcher. Based on a 2" clear aperture, air-bearing, 60° Michelson interferometer and a high flux water-cooled source, the FTS 7000 can be configured to cover the spectral range from 50,000 to 10 cm-1. It also has a wide range of scan speeds, capable of collecting over 100 spectra per second in rapid scan mode, down to slow step scan speeds for frequency domain or time domain step scan spectroscopy.

High resolution spectrometer

20 February, 2003 | Lastek Pty Ltd

The Model HR2000CG-UV-NIR high resolution spectrometer is a pre-configured system that provides complete wavelength coverage from 200-1100 nm with 1 nm FWHM resolution.

ICP-MS

20 February, 2003 | Varian Australia Pty Ltd

Varian's ICP-MS offers ease of use and high sensitivity with its 90° ion optics. The ion mirror reflects analyte ions through 90°, while neutrals and photons pass through. This produces a very high signal to background ratio for low-level detection limits and features tunable gigahertz sensitivity (one thousand million counts per second for every ppm).

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