Spectroscopy Equipment

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Model J200 - Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS)

by Applied Spectra, Inc.     based in Fremont, CALIFORNIA (USA)

The J200 LIBS instrument is Applied Spectra’s flagship system. It is designed specifically to handle the most demanding trace element analyses — those requiring high sensitivity and accuracy. With a single-digit ppm level detection limit for many elements in the periodic table, the J200 LIBS is an ideal instrument for challenging ...

EnSpectr - Model Ultra-Low Frequency - Low Wavenumber Raman Spectroscopy

by Enhanced Spectrometry Inc.     based in San Jose, CALIFORNIA (USA)

Innovative Raman filters ensure spectral range 7 - 3500 cm-1 with spectral resolution 3 cm-1 (Stokes) simultaneously in one shot with spectral range (-1000) - (-7) cm-1 (anti-Stokes). Substituting perfectly well terahertz (THz) spectroscopy ultra-low frequency Raman analysis carries valuable information about long range bonds in polymers, low ...

i-Raman EX - Model BWS485 - 1064nm Fiber Optic Raman System

by B&W Tek, Inc     based in Newark, DELAWARE (USA)

The i-Raman® EX is an extension of our award winning iRaman portable Raman spectrometer featuring a 1064nm version of our patented CleanLaze® excitation laser.

LIBS Broadband Spectrometer System Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy

by Ocean Optics     based in Dunedin, FLORIDA (USA)

The LIBS2500plus Laser-induced Breakdown Spectrometer Measurement Systems are detection systems that permit real-time qualitative measurements of elements in solids, solutions and gases. These broadband, high-resolution systems provide spectral analysis across a wide 200-980 nm range (depending on the system) at a resolution of ~0.1 nm (FWHM). The ...

Model SAM 940 - Defender/Revealer Radiation Detector

by Southern Scientific Ltd.     based in Henfield, UNITED KINGDOM

Hand-held radiation detector with industry leading spectral resolution. Confidence factors when identifying radioactive materials are critical to a successful mission. To give your end users an edge over traditional identification methods, the latest in MCA and algorithm technology has been coupled with a new detector material for gamma ray ...

Model UV-101 - An Introduction to Ultraviolet-Visible Spectroscopy

by Academy Savant     based in Fullerton, CALIFORNIA (USA)

The Basics discussed in this introductory program include: Fundamental properties and characteristics of electromagnetic radiation Wavelength, frequency, energy relationships. The absorption process. Chromophores, Conjugation, Auxochromes, Spectral shifts, pH and solvent effects, Quantitative aspects, Typical quantitative determinations are ...

Spectroscopy

by Hamamatsu Photonics     based in Shizuoka, CHINA

Cameras with high sensitivity and high dynamic range are required for spectroscopy applications. Typically a rectangular detector size is appropriate for connection to spectrographs. The C9160 camera series has been specifically designed for spectroscopy applications, including fluorescence spectroscopy.

Contact Pressure Monitor

by S.T. Japan USA     based in Ft. Myers, FLORIDA (USA)

For ATR measurements the pressure is a very significant issue:Too much pressure and either the sample or the ATR crystal will crack, too little pressure and there is no good contact between the ATR crystal and your sample.With the μ Contact Pressure Monitor you can set an alarm at a specified pressure.So while you gradually increase the ...

Model RA-3000F Gold+ - Trace Mercury Analyzer

by Nippon Instruments North America     based in College Station, TEXAS (USA)

The RA-3320 FG+ is a highly sensitive and simple to operate mercury analyzer. Compliant with USEPA Methods 245.7, 7474, and 1631 E, among others, the RA-3320 FG+ operates on the principles of reducing vaporization, with or without gold-amalgamation and cold vapor atomic fluorescence spectroscopy. The system is capable of achieving measurements ...

Praying Mantis - Low Temperature Reaction Chambers

by Harrick Scientific Products Inc     based in Pleasantville, NEW YORK (USA)

Diffuse reflection spectroscopy is a very sensitive method for detecting changes at the surfaces of rough materials. It is particularly effective for powders that have high surface areas. This makes diffuse reflectance invaluable for studies of heterogeneous catalysis, gas-solid interactions, photochemical reactions, and oxidation mechanisms. This ...

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