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Rigaku’s ZSX Primus IV is a tube-above, wavelength dispersive X-ray fluorscence spectrometer with improved functionality and performance.

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23-mm diamond ATR probe

Axiom Analytical has introduced the DMD-373 diamond ATR probe, which is similar to the existing DMD-370 but in a smaller (23 mm) diameter.

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Process ATR probe

Axiom Analytical’s new DPR-212 ATR probe offers similar advantages to their DPR-210 ATR probe but in a straight, 30-cm long configuration designed to provide optical transmission of over 20%.

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Single quad GC-MS

Shimadzu has released the GCMS-QP2020, a high-end single quadrupole gas chromatography mass spectrometer.

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Mass spectrometer for bioreactor quantification

The Hiden HPR-40 DSA mass spectrometer systems are designed for monitoring dissolved gaseous content in aqueous solutions.

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Reaction monitoring with benchtop NMR

Magritek have released new solutions that enable straightforward reaction monitoring on the Spinsolve benchtop NMR spectrometer.

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Femtosecond fibre laser

TOptica have introduced FemtoFiber ultra NIR, the third generation of their femtosecond fibre laser.

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Terahertz systems

TOptica’s new time-domain terahertz platform, TeraFlash, and the CW-terahertz spectrometer, TeraScan, both have a peak dynamic range >90 dB

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Ultra-compact CW laser modules

Integrated Optics introduced an upgrade to its MatchBox series of ultra-compact CW laser sources for spectroscopy, sorting and illumination.

 

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High quantum efficiency photocathode

Photonis Netherlands has released a new photocathode designed to provide a combination of extremely low dark counts, fast response time and a high quantum efficiency.

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Single photon counter for time-correlated applications

In time-correlated single photon counting (TCSPC), single photons are not only counted but the time of detection is also determined based on a reference signal.

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OEM Raman spectrometer

The Eagle Raman-S spectrometer platform from Ibsen Photonics is designed for OEM integration into weak intensity Raman solutions at 785 nm or 830 nm excitation.

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Raman-AFM system

Renishaw have added Bruker’s Dimension Icon atomic force microscope to the range of instruments supported by their inVia confocal Raman microscope.

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Dioxin and PCB cleanup

The GO-xHT clean-up system from Miura Institute of Environmental Science is available in Europe through Shimadzu..

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