The XD series of spectrophotometers from Lovibond are suitable for routine water analysis, especially spectral analysis. The XD 7000 and XD 7500 UV and UV/VIS devices can be used for disinfectant control, wastewater and raw water treatment, drinking water treatment, the analysis of boiler and cooling water or for pool water control, and swimming pool water treatment.
While synchrotron radiation is an effective method to measure the CD spectra of protein film samples in the vacuum-UV region, it requires access to a limited number of facilities. As an alternative to synchrotron radiation, the J-1500 CD spectrometer allows measurements with high signal-to-noise (S/N) ratio in the vacuum-UV region down to 163 nm.
Oxford Instruments Ultim Scanning Electron Microscopy/Energy Dispersive X-Ray Spectroscopy (SEM/EDS) detectors20 November, 2018
The Oxford Instruments Ultim Scanning Electron Microscopy/Energy Dispersive X-Ray Spectroscopy (SEM/EDS) detectors feature big sensor sizes and fast electronics that deliver high sensitivity and speed.
Rapid, automated, component-specific particle characterisation using Morphologically-Directed Raman Spectroscopy (MDRS)02 October, 2018
Morphological imaging is a versatile technique that combines particle size measurements — such as length and width — with particle shape assessments — such as circularity and convexity — to fully characterise both spherical and irregularly shaped particles.
Researchers have developed a new system that can detect and analyse molecules with very high precision and without needing bulky equipment.
A research collaboration headed by a Monash chemist has received a US patent for a diagnostic technique that could deliver a more accurate test for malaria.
US researchers have evaluated a new device, worn like a visor, which can detect emergent large-vessel occlusion in patients with suspected stroke with 92% accuracy.
The Jasco J-1500 CD spectrophotometer allows researchers to carry out measurements with a high signal-to-noise (S/N) ratio, especially for highly absorbing materials found in the far-UV, by incorporating several of the latest advances.
The ETG-4100 optical topography system from Hitachi Medical Systems is a mobile, non-invasive tool for the investigation of blood flow in the brain using near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS).
The BaySpec Compact OCI-2000 Snapshot Hyperspectral Imager offers high-performance hyperspectral/multispectral real-time imaging in a compact, handheld form weighing only 363 g.
HunterLab's Vista spectrophotometer achieves simultaneous colour and haze measurements, providing users with a solution to challenges facing the chemical, food, pharmaceutical and plastics industries.
Biacore 8K is an eight-needle, high-sensitivity surface plasmon resonance (SPR) system from GE Healthcare's Life Sciences business. It offers high-quality kinetics and affinity data at a speed that is said to shorten time to results by up to eight times compared to single-needle systems.
University of Adelaide researchers have developed what is claimed to be a world-first optical sensor that can detect vitamin B12 in diluted human blood.
The WPA S800+ and S1200+ spectrophotometers are suitable for student use in busy teaching laboratories. Both are compact, lightweight and ergonomically designed. They also each include a large display that is easy to read and a simple user interface for rapid set-up and analysis.
Belgian researchers have discovered how to use Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy to increase the amount of information that can be extracted from a protein microarray.