The Scinco SD-1000 UV/vis spectrophotometer combines the features of a Windows PC with those of a double-beam scanning UV/vis spectrophotometer
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.
Physicists at NIST-Boulder have carried out a powerful new spectroscopic study of a gas sample using optical frequency combs.
Scientists have made a development that could improve the detecting and sensing of objects ranging from biological cell abnormalities to explosives.
BEST Lab Instrumentation has announced a range of high-performance, visible and UV visible range spectrophotometers.
The U2800 UV-Vis double beam spectrophotometer features a self-diagnostic function, 1.5 nm spectral bandwidth and LCD display with backlight.
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.
A network that brings together over 60 leading Australian researchers who advance cutting-edge fluorescence technologies has been launched at Macquarie University.
The Avantes range of products in the field of flexible and modular spectrosopic solutions and fibre optic applications includes miniature spectrometer systems for online measurements and analysis; usually consisting of a light source, fibre optic cables, probes and a spectro-meter.
The Optimass 8000 is an inductively coupled plasma ionisation mass spectrometer (ICP-MS) employing a time-of-flight (ToF) mass analyser.
The application of Raman spectroscopy in the field of pharmaceuticals is showing immense potential. Previous progress has been hindered due to the high cost and poor user-friendliness of the old Raman technology
Laboratory scientists have for many years used infrared (Infrared Spectrometers Near, Mid and Far) to quantitatively and qualitatively analyse solid, liquid and gaseous samples