Analytical instrumentation > Spectroscopy

FTIR/FTFIR spectrometer

01 January, 2009

The Spectrum 400 FTIR/FTFIR is a dual-range spectrometer that combines mid-infrared (IR) and far-infrared (FIR) spectroscopy in a single instrument. With automatic beamsplitter changeover, it offers flexible performance for advanced research and industrial laboratories.


Automated force spectroscopy

01 January, 2009

JPK Instruments has released its ForceRobot system to automate force spectroscopy.


Polarised FTIR measurements

01 January, 2009

PerkinElmer has released a Universal Attenuated Total Reflection (ATR) polarisation accessory, designed to offer users the benefits of combining infrared spectroscopy with a polariser. Polarised measurements provide additional information on the molecular structure of a sample, particularly the crystal or molecular orientation, and help in the accurate characterisation of materials.


Aerosol backscatter analysis

01 December, 2008

The Aurora nephelometer is designed for use in backscatter global warming studies. It allows the analysis of aerosols by measuring their backscattering effect on light.


Microplate spectrophotometer

01 July, 2008

The PowerWave microplate spectrophotometers combine a monochromator-based optical system with hardware and software features designed to meet a variety of microplate-based applications. The readers allow the user to either scan across selected wavelengths or select a discrete wavelength (in 1 nm increments) across the UV-Vis range.


ICP-OES spectrophotometers

01 July, 2008

PerkinElmer has announced the Optima 7000 series of inductively coupled plasma-optical emissions spectrophotometers (ICP-OES). The family is designed for best-in-class inorganic analysis and is used in a variety of markets, including environmental, geochemical, product testing and biofuels.


Dual-beam UV/vis spectophotometer

01 July, 2008

The T60 New Century is a dual-beam UV/vis spectrophotometer with a fixed slit of 2 nm and a wavelength range of 190-1100 nm.


100 million X-rays in one

25 June, 2008

Scientists at the US Department of Energy's Argonne National Laboratory have devised a 'next generation' X-ray light source — the free electron laser oscillator (X-FELO) — that is many times brighter than current X-ray technologies.


Double-beam UV/vis spectrophotometer

08 April, 2008

The Scinco SD-1000 UV/vis spectrophotometer combines the features of a Windows PC with those of a double-beam scanning UV/vis spectrophotometer


High-definition MS system

06 March, 2008

As a tool, conventional mass spectrometry is a good method for differentiating between proteins with different masses. However, as different folded forms of a particular protein have identical masses, it is virtually impossible to differentiate them by conventional means. That's where the Waters Synapt HDMS system and its embedded ion mobility technology can help.


A new direction for gas spectroscopy

15 January, 2008

Physicists at NIST-Boulder have carried out a powerful new spectroscopic study of a gas sample using optical frequency combs.


T-rays searching for disease or bombs

04 July, 2007

Scientists have made a development that could improve the detecting and sensing of objects ranging from biological cell abnormalities to explosives.


UV visible spectrophotometer

12 March, 2007

BEST Lab Instrumentation has announced a range of high-performance, visible and UV visible range spectrophotometers.


Double beam spectrophotometer

12 January, 2007

The U2800 UV-Vis double beam spectrophotometer features a self-diagnostic function, 1.5 nm spectral bandwidth and LCD display with backlight.


BioSpec-mini spectrophotometer

08 March, 2006

Quantum Scientific has released the Shimadzu BioSpec-mini spectrophotometer that comes standard with a spectrum mode allowing for full spectral data acquisition over the wavelength range of 190 to 1100 nm.


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