Nanounity is now offering the Pemtron SEMART PS-250 scanning electron microscope (SEM) provides users with quick and easy operation, offering high performance at a reasonable price. With the power of the PS-230, the 250 allows users to work with larger samples up to 140 mm, while retaining 3 nm spatial resolution.
Datacolor has released CHROMACAL, a color calibration system for microscopy. Color in science is critical for evaluation, comparison, communications and decision-making; therefore, establishing and maintaining the integrity of color throughout the image capture and communication cycle is essential.
The I-3033 stage insert from ASI fits a standard 110 x 160 mm opening found in most automated XY stages. The unit offers an autoclavable stainless steel dish chamber with replaceable 25 mm glass coverslip bottoms in both 20 and 25 mm diameter sizes.
EDAX’s Octane TEM (transmission electron microscope) Series offers modules sized from 30 to 100 mm2, and provides solid angles up to 1.1 steradian. Built with EDAX Smart detector design, the detectors allow optimal geometry inside the TEM column and maximize data collection.
FEI’s Tecnai Femto ultrafast electron microscope (UEM) enables scientists to explore ultrafast events and processes that occur at the atomic and molecular spatial scale over time spans measured in femtoseconds (10-15 seconds). These include such fundamental processes as the absorption of light energy and its transformation into heat or mechanical changes (photoactuation) and the crystallization or recrystallization of materials—including large biological molecules for structural analysis.
Materials scientists, engineers and academic researchers can now accelerate their research and increase productivity using the Thermo Scientific DXRxi, a powerful Raman imaging microscope that doesn’t require Raman expertise to master.
The Raster Orbital Scanning (ROS) feature on Ocean Optics’ IDRaman family of products overcomes common sampling challenges.
Spectra-Physics’ Quasar 355-60 is an UV laser that offers >60 W with high, more than 300 µJ pulse energies.
IonSense’s DART-QS Source provides a protective environment for the company’s Direct Analysis in Real Time (DART) mass spectrometry of a range of materials from drugs of abuse to adulterated products, and also supports the analysis of total unknowns.
PANalytical’s upgraded Epsilon 3X benchtop X-ray fluorescence (XRF) spectrometers are powered by the latest advances in excitation and detection technology.
Shimadzu Scientific’s EDX-7000/8000 spectrometers offer enhanced sensitivity, resolution and throughput for an array of applications, from general screening analysis to advanced materials research.
Waters’ ACQUITY UPLC M-Class System is a nano- to microscale UltraPerformance LC (UPLC) system rated for 15,000 psi operation. Coupled to proprietary mass spectrometers, the system delivers the sensitivity to quantify and identify very small concentrations of key molecules.
Phenomenex has released a 30 mm I.D. Kinetex core-shell 5-micron column in Axia hardware for preparative HPLC and SFC in pharmaceutical lab-scale purification.
JM Science offers a complete line of Shiseido HPLC Columns used for the analysis of vitamins. It is well known that the separation efficiency increases in response to a decrease in the particle size, but it is also accompanied by a marked increase in back pressure.
With PerkinElmer’s Flexar PDA Plus, scientists analyzing environmental, food, pharmaceutical and chemical samples can now better meet industry regulations and higher throughput demand.