The new ICP systems have smart capabilities providing insight into samples, processes and operational status.
HORIBA Scientific has announced a new fibre-coupled multispectra system capable of simultaneous measurement of up to 32 channels.
The FluoMic sample mounting unit for the FluoTime 300 time-resolved fluorescence spectrometer enables remote measurements.
Hitachi’s OE750 is a new optical emission spectrometer for verifying incoming materials specifications in metal processing facilities, covering the entire spectrum of elements in metal and has low detection limits.
The Thermo Scientific IonicX analyser provides fast verification of ionic salts in the pharmaceutical industry.
A new fibre-optic-coupled Raman spectroscopy system from Renishaw designed for remote analysis
Oxford Instruments has launched X-Pulse, a high-resolution 60 MHz benchtop NMR system with multinuclear capability.
Scattering scanning near-field optical microscopy/atomic force microscopy-infrared system with broadband femtosecond IR laser.
Bruker has launched the INVENIO X FT-IR system, which provides new beam splitter options and high spectral resolution.
The new ULTRIS hyperspectral snapshot camera uses light field technology and a wavelength range of 450–850 nm.
Software enhancements include improvements for analytical data processing and analysis, and a move to 64-bit architecture.
Unity Scientific has announced the release of UCal 4™ chemometric toolbox for the creation, optimisation and validation of NIR calibrations.
Si-Ware Systems is introducing a handheld material analysis scanner with “plug-and-play” development capability for rapid deployment in the field or on the factory floor.
New Thermo Scientific Pesticide Explorer workflow provides food testing laboratories with a testing solution for the analysis of multi-class pesticides.
Hamamatsu have developed a way to mass-produce a compound opto-semiconductor not containing Hg and Cd but able to detect in the mid-IR to 14.3 µm.
Hamamatsu Photonics has announced a new micro PMT housing the world’s smallest photomultiplier tube.
The new Fourier 80 has been designed for organic or medicinal chemistry research, routine analysis, teaching or synthesis verification in any chemistry laboratory.
Thermo Scientific Niton Apollo handheld LIBS analyser enables users in the field to test metals for carbon content in environments where previous technologies were too cumbersome.
Thermo Fisher Scientific has added two systems now listed as Class I medical devices with the United States Food and Drug Administration (US FDA) to its range of mass spectrometers for clinical diagnostic laboratories.
The Xevo TQ-S cronos is designed for routine quantitation of large numbers of small-molecule organic compounds over a wide concentration range.