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A spectrometer (spectrophotometer, spectrograph or spectroscope) is an instrument used to measure properties of light over a specific portion of the electromagnetic spectrum, typically used in spectroscopic analysis to identify materials
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Using our patented sample retention technology, the versatile and cost-effective Thermo Scientific NanoDrop 3300 Fluorospectrometer makes broad spectrum fluorescence analysis quick and easy.
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The S93 Fluorescence spectrophotometer is designed for high sensitivity and selectivity. The measuring sensitivity of this instrument is 2-3 times higher than that of a UV-VIS spectrophotometer. The S93 provides measurement of excitation & emission spectra, intensity, lifetime, and fluorescence polarization. The design is based on a Czerny-Turner manual monochromator and a photomultiplier detector.
With the Thermo Scientific NanoDrop 8000, you can measure more samples in less time with the same reliability and patented sample retention technology of the popular NanoDrop™ 2000.
The demands of academic research laboratories for a budget-friendly monochromator-based microplate reader and the ability to measure very low volume samples are answered by BioTek's new Epoch Multi-Volume Spectrophotometer System.
The IRAffinity-1 offers the highest S/N ratio in its class* (30,000:1, 1-minute accumulation, neighborhood of 2,100 cm-1, peak-to-peak), a maximum resolution of 0.5 cm-1, and compact dimensions. Furthermore, the high-performance IRsolution software, which emphasizes operability, and analysis support programs (a foreign matter analysis program and a Japanese Pharmacopoeia compliance program) make it easier to perform data processing and analysis.
FTIR-7600 is a single-beam FT-IR spectrometer. This instrument is operated by a PC with user friendly software and a comprehensive manual. Fast scan speeds, high accuracy and ease with operation are standard features. It is an indispensable analysis tool for various application fields such as chemistry, biology, pharmaceutical, materials, mineral, food and beverage, wine industry and quality control.
Type WGH-30/30A is an economical Double-beam Infrared Scanning Spectrophotometer. Ideal for education, petroleum, chemical engineering, pharmacy, public health and environmental protection.
Shimadzu was the first company to offer dynamic auto-alignment as a standard feature in an FTIR spectrometer in its' price range. With state-of-the-art technology, the Shimadzu dynamic alignment system continuously maintains optimal alignment during data acquisition, ensuring consistently reproducible spectra without the need for tedious mechanical adjustments.
The intuitive, easy-to-use OPUS software controls all data collection and manipulation functions for the MultiRAM. The real-time spectrum display permits software control of the analysis conditions, including optimization of the laser power and the sample position.
The ELEXSYS family of EPR spectrometers now includes two W-band systems, the E600 and E680. The former is optimized for CW-EPR experiments at 94 GHz, while the E680 operates in both CW- and FT-mode. These high-class research instruments provide a maximum in performance and flexibility while still being easy to operate.
RamanScopeIII is based on a next generation, 'hybrid' platform that can accommodate multiple wavelengths of Raman excitation. The new RamanScopeIII system can be coupled to Bruker Optics' multi-range fully digital FT-Raman module, the RAM II, as well as the standalone MultiRAM FT-Raman spectrometer.
The X-Band ELEXSYS-II instruments are equipped with the SuperX feature and the new signal processing unit (SPU). SuperX comprises a selected high-power, ultra-low-noise Dual Gunn source, and the super-high-Q cavity.
A well proven portable spectrophotometer with unprecedented intuitive and comprehensive user interface combined with many innovative technical features which expands the boundaries for on site color quality control in production.
Biomedical research by EPR imaging is a rapidly growing area of research. Our response to this development is the introduction of a 2nd generation EPR molecular imaging system. Based on the proven ELEXSYS architecture, this instrument operates at 1 GHz and provides the seamless integration of imaging techniques into EPR spectroscopy.
The HORIBA Jobin Yvon Raman division utilises state of-the-art design technology such as CAD, grating simulation and optics software to enable the T64000 to offer the very highest performance, flexibility and sampling capabilities. Each completed system undergoes rigorous and complete QC testing prior to delivery, and is installed by trained engineers.
Model Gold 54 UV/VIS Scanning Spectrophotometer, UV/VIS Scanning Spectrophotometer, Computer Controlled Operation, 200-1000nm Wavelength, Hamamatsu Deuterium Lamp
The world’s first commercial mm-wave 263 GHz EPR spectrometer provides multiple turn-key operation modes including, CW-, Pulse-EPR, ENDOR- and ELDOR, enabling routine operation in Very High Frequency EPR.
The Agilent 8453 UV-Visible spectrophotometer uses a photodiode array (PDA) for simultaneous measurement of the complete ultra-violet to visible light spectrum in less than one second.
The DR 2700 Portable Spectrophotometer adds new power to your work, in the lab or in the field.