Thermo Fisher Scientific's Vanquish UHPLC system was designed from the ground up to provide enhanced levels of performance, productivity and usability when used as a standalone system or with mass spectrometers.
Smaller, more technologically advanced NMR systems have helped broaden the use of the...
The Jupiter microwave digestion system from Buck Scientific comes with 10 carbon fiber-...
The IDRaman reader from Ocean Optics is a fully integrated Raman system with Raster Orbital Scanning (ROS) technology, a sampling technique that enables more efficient Raman signal collection with lower background effects.
International Crystal Laboratories has created special optical interfaces for small size FTIR spectrophotometers useful for gas analysis systems. These FTIR spectrophotometers require adaptations to accommodate large accessories, such as long path gas cells.
Spectra-Physics’ Talon, a family of UV and green Q-switched diode-pumped solid-state (DPSS) lasers, is designed for rugged and reliable 24/7 operation for years. The laser delivers enhanced performance: >12 W UV power, >240 µJ pulse energy, wide repetition rate range of 0 to 500 kHz, and excellent beam profile and stability.
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.
CRAIC Technologies has introduced Spectral Surface Mapping (S2M) capabilities for its UV/Vis-NIR microspectrophotometers. The mapping technology is a plug-in software module used with the company’s Lambdafire microspectrometer software.
Pfeiffer Vacuum’s HRU Helium Recovery Unit reclaims used helium when testing parts for leak tightness. Helium test gas is an essential part of customized leak detection systems.
Bruker Elemental released its second generation S1 TITAN handheld XRF analyzer platform, which is based on extensive customer feedback. Enhancements include a weatherproof IP54-rated housing and optional integrated camera and small-spot collimator.
The Prismatic 2 multi-species analyzer now packs its sensor and electronics—previously housed in two boxes—into a single unit that requires half the space of its predecessor. With its ability to measure parts-per-million to parts-per-trillion of multiple analytes, the instrument provides a critical tool for use in laboratory research and industrial settings where continuous gas monitoring is essential.
Parker Hannifin’s line of Zero Nitrogen Generators is designed to transform standard compressed air into a safe, regulated supply of 99.9995% pure nitrogen with <0.1 ppm hydrocarbons. Nitrogen is produced by using a combination of filtration and pressure swing adsorption (PSA) technologies.
High precision toroidal mirrors from Optical Surfaces are helping improve the achievable performance of mass spectrometers and opening up new imaging applications in the medical field. A 1.3-m diameter spherical spectrograph mirror was a key component that helped produce the first observable evidence of the existence of black holes.
Ocean Optics’ DH-mini light source, a compact, high-intensity source for spectroscopy, combines deuterium and tungsten halogen sources in a single optical path, producing stable output across the UV-Vis-NIR from 200 to 2500 nm. The versatility of the light is ideal for demanding applications in the quality control and life science industries, especially fiber probe-based measurements where light throughput is a challenge and absorbance measurements of high optical density solutions.
The Prismatic 2 multi-species analyzer now packs its sensor and electronics—previously housed in two boxes—into a single unit that requires half the space of its predecessor.
Ocean Optics’ Maya LSL spectrometer is a combination of a back-thinned CCD array detector and low stray light optical design resulting in high-sensitivity, high-throughput performance for applications ranging from chemical catalysis to Raman analysis.
Bruker’s sample automation system for its minispec mq and mq-one series is an easy-to-use, cost-effective system that brings sample automation to routine Time-Domain (TD)-NMR applications.
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.
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