VWR UV-vis spectrophotometers are suitable for advanced measurements and quality control. The instrument is reliable, robust and easy to use, with a range of accessories allowing for it to be tailored to the user’s needs.
The Starna Demountable Micro-Volume (DMV) Bio Cell uses advanced precision micromachining techniques and materials to produce a high energy throughput, ultralow-volume (<2.5 µL) direct sampling solution for life science samples.
The AB SCIEX QTRAP 4500 system re-engineers the 4000 QTRAP platform to improve quantitation and library searching. It is suitable for use in research focused on ADME, regulated bioanalysis, food and environmental contaminant screening, targeted quantitative proteomics or forensic toxicology.
A bit more about the nature of carbon dioxide has been learned by researchers studying the Fermi resonance patterns as part of their geologic carbon storage research.
A new spectroscopy technique enables the investigation of two-dimensional electron states both at the surface and within crystals.
VWR Spectrophotometers are reliable, robust and easy to use instruments with a range of accessories for tailoring different laboratories’ needs. They are suitable for advanced measurements and quality control.
Jenway’s Model 6800 spectrophotometer is now available with comprehensive IQ/OQ documentation, satisfying the requirements of users, particularly those in the pharmaceutical sector and other regulated industries.
Biochrom has increased the sample-handling capabilities of the Libra range of UV/visible spectrophotometers.
HunterLab’s ColorFlex EZ compact benchtop spectrophotometer takes colour quality-control measurements to a new level, with 45/0 optical design for colour measurement precision. The spectrophotometer combines versatility, flexibility, simplicity and performance in one easy-to-use instrument.
The Lucetta single-sample luminometer can be used for the detection of bioluminescence and chemiluminescence.
The Heraeus Noblelight D2 plus deuterium lamps are claimed to offer higher stability and lower optical noise due to the combination of an advanced design and ELP technology. Heraeus has combined its broad knowledge of materials technology - UV/quartz glass and coatings, metals and ceramics - with advanced deuterium lamp design to satisfy this demand. This results in higher intensity and lower optical noise, producing the highest precision analytical results.
The Jasco FP-8000 series spectrofluorometers incorporate high sensitivity, functionality and fast spectral scanning capability. The series covers a wide range of applications and therefore offers the best solution from advanced materials analysis to biological research applications.
Developments in technologies for building spectroscopes and spectrometers have advanced in leaps and bounds since the first commercial infrared spectroscope was developed in the 1940s and the first FT-IR spectrometer came on the market in 1969. Today, spectrometry is moving out of the lab and into the field and the process plant.
GE Healthcare’s NanoVue spectrophotometer is an easy-to-use and reliable instrument for the accurate and reliable quantification of nucleic acid and protein samples.
The Skalar BluVision discrete analyser is suitable for the automation of colorimetric applications. It is based on the company’s XYZ robotic platform. The analyser was developed to handle a variety of sample types and matrices.