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New high-throughput spectrometers from Ocean Optics

Ocean Optics has expanded its Elite Series of high-performance modular spectrometers with the introduction of the Ventana line of high...

New UV/Vis Spectrophotometer from Analytik Jena

Analytik Jena AG has now extended its latest generation of double-beam spectrophotometers by the new SPECORD® 50 PLUS. This new dual-beam UV/Vis photometer for the spectral range from 190 to 1100 nm combines high energy throughput with...

Morphologically directed Raman spectroscopy supports identification of particles in mixed populations

With the introduction of the Morphologi G3-ID system last year, Malvern Instruments is providing researchers with the ability to apply...

OmniDriver spectroscopy platform updated


New features on Ocean Optics’ device driver software for high-speed data acquisition, spectral processing and data analysis

LIMO brings laser light in line

High power diode laser line generator checks solar cells

HiTek Power enters market for standard mass spectrometry power supplies

HiTek Power Ltd, a world-leading manufacturer of standard and custom-designed high-voltage power supplies, has used its expertise gained...

Portable spectrometer from Ocean Optics ideal for field applications

The Jaz spectrometer from Ocean Optics is a handheld, field-portable analytical instrument that combines low-power optical sensing and...

Thermo Fisher Scientific showcases rheological and spectroscopy instruments at AAPS 2012

Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., the world leader in serving science, is featuring a combined FT-IR spectrometer/rheometer that provides a...

Contact-free analysis of chemical substances

Is it drugs, medicines or explosives? At the Analytica trade fair, Fraunhofer researchers, joined by the Hübner Company, are presenting a terahertz spectrometer that provides reliable, contact-free identification of substances.

Processes at the surface of catalysts

In chemical industry, heterogeneous catalysis is of crucial importance to the manufacture of basic or fine chemicals, in catalytic converters of exhaust gas, or for the chemical storage of solar energy. Scientists of Karlsruhe Institute of...

Empa X-ray expert "decodes" diesel soot

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has classified diesel soot as a lung carcinogen. Artur Braun, a physicist at Empa and an X-ray spectroscopy expert, has made crucial contributions to analyzing the structure and composition of soot...

BioDrop TOUCH UV/Vis spectrophotometer

At ACHEMA 2012, BioDrop Ltd extended the BioDrop family of products, which represents fresh thinking for micro-volume measurement, with the...

University of Nottingham to house world's first liquid X-ray machine

The University of Nottingham will be the base for the world’s first Liquid Phase Photoelectron Spectroscopy (LiPPS) machine, a high performance tool that will increase the UK’s competitiveness in a range of high-value industrial sectors...

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