Thermo Scientific Nicolet 6700 FT-IR spectrometer is a fully upgradeable, routine and advanced research FT-IR spectrometer focused on power and flexibility. The Nicolet 6700 FT-IR spectrometer has the power to handle both research and routine analysis experiments. The Nicolet 6700 FT-IR spectrometer has been engineered to facilitate sample handling, provide options for integration in the laboratory, and increase laboratory throughput.
Atomic absorption spectroscopy (AAS) is a spectroanalytical procedure for the quantitative determination of chemical elements using the absorption of optical radiation (light) by free atoms in the gaseous state.
In analytical chemistry the technique is used for determining the concentration of a particular element (the analyte) in a sample to be analyzed. AAS can be used to determine over 70 different elements in solution or directly in solid samples used in pharmacology, biophysics and toxicology research.
The Axioskop 2 microscope combine a variety of excellent optical and technologically advanced features.
This high-performance microscope offers maximum economy for all standard applications in the life sciences. The modular design permits perfectly tailored configurations to meet any specific requirements.
Optimized illumination and contrasting techniques combined with the ICS optics guarantee high image quality.
Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy is used to study the structure of molecules, the interaction of various molecules, the kinetics or dynamics of molecules and the composition of mixtures of biological or synthetic solutions or composites.
The size of the molecules analyzed can range from a small organic molecule or metabolite, to a mid-sized peptide or a natural product, all the way up to proteins of several tens of kDa in molecular weight.
A CCD (Charge Coupled Device) is a silicon based multichannel array detector of UV, visible and near-infra light. They are used for Raman spectroscopy because they are extremely sensitive to light (and thus suitable for analysis of the inherently weak Raman signal), and allow multichannel operation (which means that the entire Raman spectrum can be detected in a single acquisition). CCDs are widely used, not least as the sensors in digital cameras, but versions for scientific spectroscopy are of a considerably higher grade to give the best possible sensitivity, uniformity and noise charac
The FluoroLog‐3 is a sensitive spectrofluorometer and the ultimate modular research system, designed to be custom tailored to your application. Choose a light source, monochromator, sample compartment, detector and accessories that match the wavelength range, time domain, or physical characteristics of your sample. Double grating monochromators provide superior stray light rejection for highly scattering samples.
The xenon source that supplies prime UV performance is focused onto the entrance slit of the excitation monochromator with an elliptical mirror. Besides ensuring efficient collection, the reflective surface keeps all wavelengths focused on the slit.
As an option an additional, software-selectable, xenon flash lamp can be fitted to enable phosphorescence studies.
The NIRvana family of cameras, which includes the NIRvana and NIRvana ST models, are the only scientific-grade InGaAs cameras on the market specifically designed for quantitative near infrared/shortwave IR (SWIR) imaging and spectroscopy applications. They are a result of Princeton Instruments’ decades of experience and expertise in designing ultra-low noise cameras for scientific and R&D applications.
The FluoroMax®-4 is a compact spectrofluorometer from SPEX®. It offers ultimate sensitivity in fluorescence investigations. The FluoroMax®-4 has 33% higher sensitivity and 20% better signal-to-noise ratio than the FluoroMax®-3. Also available are the FluoroMax-4P® for phosphorescence measurements and TCSPC upgrades for fluorescence lifetimes.