Nicolet NXR 9650 FT-Raman Spectrometer Thermo Scientifics’ Nicolet NXR 9650 FT-Raman spectrometer is capable of producing high-quality Raman measurements using high-speed scanning, sample mapping, screening applications, and kinetic analysis. The Nicolet NXR 9650 FT-Raman can measure organic and inorganic samples using a spectral range down to 100cm-1 which is advantageous for inorganic samples where bands are typically observed at low frequencies. Measurements of samples can be taken directly through clear glass bottles, jars, vials and tubes.
PerkinElmer's Optima 3300 is a compact, bench-top, dual-view ICP-OES with full-wavelength-range.
The spectrometer is a polychromator versus a monochromator meaning that more than one emission wavelength can be monitored in a parallel fashion. Six thousand emission wavelength lines that include the major emission lines for 72 of the 110 elements in the periodic chart can be monitored simultaneously. The inert gases, halogens, and certain rare earth metals cannot be detected with this instrument.
The Agilent GCMS characterizes products of polymerization reactions. For instance, unreacted monomer content can be measured to determine polymerization kinetics. The mass spectrometer is equipped with Electron ionization (EI) and has a mass range of 1.6 to 800 amu. This system is also equipped with a 100 sample autosampler for automated sample introduction and an automated data system for instrument control, data acquisition and analysis. It also contains an electronic library for unknown compound searching and identification.
The PinAAcle™ series of atomic absorption (AA) spectrometers brings AA performance to new heights. Engineered with an array of exciting technological advances, it offers a variety of configurations and capabilities to deliver exactly the level of performance you need:
Flame only, furnace only, or space-saving stacked designs featuring both
Flame, furnace, flow injection, FIAS-furnace and mercury/hydride capabilities on a single instrument
Choice of Deuterium or longitudinal Zeeman background correction
The performance class in Energy Dispersive X-ray Fluorescence (EDXRF).
The S2 RANGER performs multi-element analysis from Carbon (C) to Uranium (U) from 100% down to the ppm-level in solids, powders or liquids with little or no sample preparation. Unrivalled analytical performance is ensured by using the highest power in direct excitation geometry.
The SpectraMax® QuickDrop™ Micro-Volume Absorbance Spectrophotometer addresses the needs of life science researchers who quantify very small amounts of DNA, RNA, oligos, and proteins.
The SpectraMax QuickDrop provides you with the flexibility to work with your micro-volume samples in the platform that best suits your research. The built-in sample port allows you to work with volumes as small as 0.5 µL, preserving your precious samples, while the cuvette port lets you expand your work to include larger volume samples.
Circular dichroism is a spectroscopic technique that measures the difference in the absorption of left-handed and right-handed circularly polarized light. The difference in the absorption between left and right circularly polarized light is due to a molecule’s structural asymmetry. The Pistar-180 CD spectrometer can be used to make measurements in the far-UV to NIR spectral regions (180-1000 nm) at variable temperature. The Pistar 180 is also equipped for absorbance, total fluorescence and partial fluorescence, and stop-flow kinetics measurements.
The NanoDrop® ND-1000 is a full spectrum (220-750nm) spectrophotometer that provides scientists with a simple and robust instrument for quantification and evaluation of purity of samples, such as proteins and nucleic acids. The technology is based on a patented sample retention system, which allows for the analysis of sample sizes as small as 0.5ul, without the need for awkward cuvettes or capillaries. In addition, there is no need for sample dilution in most cases and the high absorbance capability of the instrument is reported to be 50 times that of traditional spectrophotometers.
Designed for high-end and high-throughput spectrophotometric sample analysis, the LAMBDA 465 features a dual source lamp and a high performance photodiode array detector. With a wavelength range of 190-1110 nm, units can capture a full spectrum of light in just 20 seconds. The optional UV Lab Security Software facilitates compliance with FDA 21 CFR Part 11 code and it can be integrated into a LIMS system, ideal in ISO or federally regulated labs.