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...
Spectra-Physics’ Quasar 355-60 is an UV laser that offers >60 W with high, more than 300 µJ...
IonSense’s DART-QS Source provides a protective environment for the company’s Direct Analysis in...
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.
VICI Valco’s nickel-clad tubing is available with fused silica (FS) tubing, PEEK tubing and polyimide-coated fused silica tubing.
The i-Raman Plus from B&W Tek is a portable Raman spectrometer that has a unique combination of wide spectral coverage and high resolution, all in a lightweight package weighing less than 7 lb.
Proton OnSite’s revamped on-site nitrogen gas generators use membrane technology and pressure swing adsorption (PSA) systems to reliably produce a cost-efficient and pure source of nitrogen gas.
VICI Metronics’ Dynacalibrator Model 150 is a constant temperature system designed to generate precise ppm or ppb concentrations of chemical compounds in a gas stream, using permeation devices as the trace gas source.
Academic and industrial laboratories can now easily collect routine high-resolution nuclear magnetic resonance data on molecules in solution using the Thermo Scientific picoSpin 80, a portable NMR spectrometer built for benchtop operation.
Renishaw’s inVia, a research Raman microscope, is fully configurable, including excitations from UV through NIR, 2D/3D fast imaging and near-excitation analysis, with accessories and microscope configurations to suit all application areas from nanomaterials to biology.
Real-Time Analyzers’ rugged Military Grade 1064 Raman spectrometer identifies any unknown liquid or solid in just seconds.
Parker Balston’s NitroFlow 60 LC/MS Membrane Nitrogen Generator is a self-contained nitrogen generator capable of producing up to 60 slpm of pure LCMS-grade nitrogen at pressures of up to 110 psig.
The QE Pro from Ocean Optics is a high-sensitivity, back-thinned CCD array spectrometer with enhanced quantum efficiency and extremely low noise operation for low light applications such as fluorescence measurement and Raman analysis.
Speed, cleanliness and simplicity make near-infrared (NIR) an ideal test method. And Metrohm’s NIRSystems DS2500 takes NIR analysis the next step.
Offering variable-energy electron ionization with no loss of sensitivity, Select-eV by Markes is a valuable tool in the identification of challenging samples by GCMS.
Magritek’s Spinsolve Carbon is a carbon-13 capable benchtop NMR spectroscopy system that has been designed to meet the needs of specific groups of users.
Direct, quantitative, real-time trace gas analysis without the hassle of sample preparation are key benefits of IONICON’s time-of-flight-based VOC monitor.
HORIBA Scientific’s ULTIMA Expert ICP/OES spectrometer combines ease-of-use, a unique plasma torch design, comprehensive tools, high resolution, low detection limits and full wavelength coverage optics for the most challenging applications.
Raman spectroscopy has long been a method of choice for chemical analysis, especially because it is label-free by nature.
The XploRA PLUS from HORIBA Scientific incorporates powerful functions in a high performance system. It is fully confocal, so it does not compromise image quality, spatial or depth resolution.
Guided Wave‘s NIR online process spectrometer can monitor up to 12 process points with a single instrument. It is fiber optic-based, allowing the analyzer to be located away from the sample points for added safety or ease of access.
Anasys Instruments’ nanoIR2 is a second generation AFM-based IR spectroscopy (AFM-IR) platform that can now operate with top-side illumination, eliminating the prior need to prepare samples on a ZnSe prism and enabling measurements on a more diverse set of samples.
Anasys Instruments’ nanoIR2, a second generation AFM-based IR spectroscopy platform, operates with top-side illumination, eliminating the prior need to prepare samples on a ZnSe prism, and enabling measurements on a much more diverse set of samples.
- Page 1