Claimed to be the smallest spectrometer ever designed, the device could be used in applications such as assessing the freshness of foods, the quality of drugs or even identifying counterfeit objects.
German researchers have developed a new microscopy method whereby the unusual properties of graphene electromagnetically interact with fluorescing molecules.
The model achieves 90% accuracy in predicting the correct product of unseen chemical reactions, whereas the accuracy of trained human chemists is around 80%.
The TESCAN AMBER X is a FIB-SEM solution that combines high-throughput plasma-assisted ion milling with ultrahigh-resolution (UHR) field-free SEM optics — a combination suited to materials characterisation over a wide sample range.
The HNü1024 EMCCD camera by Nüvü Camēras is sensitive enough to observe individual photons at high frame rates up to 20 MHz in full frame.
The CELENA X High Content Imaging System is an imaging tool designed for rapid, high content image acquisition and quantitative analysis.
Without a lens or any optical, electrical or mechanical components, the tip of the endoscope measures just 200 µm across — about the width of a few human hairs twisted together.
Researchers have succeeded in viewing previously inaccessible details of certain chemical processes, showing there are significant discrete stages to these processes.
For petrochemical plants, fabricators, scrap recyclers and quality control departments seeking to measure low concentrations of carbon in metal, the lightweight Thermo Scientific Niton Apollo features laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) for speed, precision and mobility.
Finding an accessible, easy way to monitor blood pressure is important given that nearly half of American adults have high blood pressure and many don't even know they have it.
SPECTRO Analytical Instruments introduces the SPECTROLAB S high-performance arc/spark optical emission spectrometry (OES) analyser for the analysis of metal in process control and research applications.