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Hamamatsu Photonics has introduced the P13243 detector, using an InAsSb sensor as an eco-friendly alternative to lead salt.
Oerlikon Leybold Vacuum has introduced the Turbolab family of plug-and-play high vacuum pump systems.
Shimadzu has published an application handbook titled Clinical.
Moxtek’s ICE Cube is a wire-grid beamsplitter optimised for use over a wide range of acceptance angles.
Semrock has introduced VersaChrome Edge tuneable long- and short-pass filters. These offer virtually unlimited spectral flexibility.
Shimadzu has announced the release of its Hyper Vision HPV-X2 high-speed video camera.
This product focus is on Handheld and Mobile Spectroscopy.
Peak Scientific has extended its range of hydrogen generators with the Precision Hydrogen Trace 250.
PicoQuant has introduced two new picosecond pulsed laser platforms.
Energetiq Technology has introduced the EQ-400 high-power, ultra-bright laser-driven light source (LDLS).
Photonis announced a new segmented monolithic reflectron lens.
Bruker’s new Mycobacteria Library 3.0 now includes 149 species.
SCIEX’s BioBA is a collection of components for bioanalysis of biologics.
Waters’ rapid evaporative ionisation mass spectrometry (REIMS) research system with iKnife sampling system eliminates the need for sample preparation and chromatographic separation.
The Oasis PRiME HLB is a solid phase extraction (SPE) product that provides cleaner samples in less time for LC and LC-MS analysesThe Oasis PRiME HLB is a solid phase extraction (SPE) product that provides cleaner samples in less time for LC and LC-MS analyses
IR spectroscopy is a useful tool for group chemical species identification of a wide variety of sample materials, particularly for the classification of “organic” chemical materials based upon carbon atoms being present in the molecular structure. Many plastic and polymeric type samples which can be included in the category of organic molecular materials can be classified into particular “family” groupings and it is possible to identify the sample family types both qualitatively and quantitatively by use of the Attenuated Total Reflectance (ATR) technique as an IR measurement.
Hamamatsu have introduced their first high-brightness deuterium (H2D2) light source, with a deuterium lamp that emits UV light at an intensity six times higher than their conventional L2D2 range of lamps.
Oxford Instruments has launched a new cryogen-free (“Cryofree”) optical cryostat, the OptistatDry, which has been designed for low temperature spectroscopy applications.