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Measure multiple X nuclei over a broad frequency band without the need of any user intervention. The Spinsolve Multi X switches between different nuclei in a fully automatic way, making it possible to run a series of experiments unattended. By combining this new technology with the Spinsolve sample changer a powerful level of automation can be achieved. Since the whole library of protocols available for each nuclei is pre-calibrated, the queuing function in the Spinsolve software can be used to measure several X-nuclei on a series of samples.
McPherson has introduced an improved version of their compact monochromator, the Model 234/302.
IONICON’s new PTR3-TOF 10K mass spectrometer is designed for quantification of volatile organic compounds.
The new Q4 TASMAN™ Series 2 is a versatile, high-performance spark-optical emission spectrometer for the metals industry.
Edinburgh Instruments’ new RMS1000 Raman microscope is an open architecture, research-grade confocal Raman microscope.
Waters’ new RADIAN™ ASAP™ system analyses samples with minimal preparation or expertise.
Specim has released the SpecimONE spectral imaging platform for the industrial sorting market.
The Fourier 80 now is routinely equipped for gradient spectroscopy and offers the option of an industry-standard CTC PAL® sample changer.
SepSolve Analytical has launched a new chemometrics platform for comparing multiple chromatograms and extracting useful insights into the constituents present.
Si-Ware Systems’ NeoSpectra-MIR is a compact FT-IR spectral sensing platform that offers wide wavelength coverage.
Hamamatsu Photonics has expanded its line of ionisation-assisting substrates, which now contains nine types for a range of different samples.
Metrohm has introduced the Misa: a handheld Raman instrument to detect and identify trace level food contamination in complex food samples in the field.
Hitachi has introduced SpArcfire to its mobile optical emission spectrometry analyser range; this operating software is already used on their stationary spark OES instruments.
The new HyperAixpert multisensor plant phenotyping system from Analytik is configurable with a wide range of sensors, and uses machine-learning-based analytical software to ensure that data acquisition is both standardised and repeatable.
Renishaw has introduced the Particle Analysis software module for its inVia™ confocal Raman microscope.
The new Thermo Scientific Tox Explorer Collection offers a comprehensive LC-MS workflow for toxicology assays.
Ibsen Photonics has release the new PEAK XNIR OEM spectrometer that features DLP® Pico™ technology from Texas Instruments.
New phosphorus technology in Osram’s Oslon P1616 SFH 4737 NIR LED triples efficiency values.
Hardware and software developments have contributed to Picoquant’s new rapidFLIMHiRes approach.
The new X1-1-UV-3727 radiometer from Gigahertz-Optik is designed to measure the far-UVC irradiance or dose produced by 222-nm excimer lamps.
Gigahertz-Optik’s SphereSpectro 150H spectrometer system enables the simultaneous determination of the spectral absorption and scattering coefficients for scattering samples.