Shimadzu has released six new UV-VIS spectrophotometer models under a new UV-i Selection brand. These instruments are equipped as standard with the LabSolutions UV-Vis analytical data system for UV-VIS spectrophotometers. The UV-i Selection systems are well-suited to use in a wide range of fields, including academia, pharmaceuticals and chemicals.
Are you looking for a new solution to your application challenges in environmental monitoring? Want to learn more about the capabilities and benefits of modular spectrometers and MIR spectroscopy? If so, Ocean Optics offers a number of resources to help.
Raman spectroscopy is an inelastic scattering technique that reveals vibrational spectra of molecules. When the excitation wavelength is tuned to fall within an absorption band of a chromophore, the Raman effect is called resonance Raman scattering.
Coinciding with the celebration of its 50th anniversary of its presence in Europe this year, Shimadzu has released the UV-1900 UV-Vis spectrophotometer. Equipped with an ultrafast scan function that enables data acquisition of 29,000 nm/min (it takes about three seconds to measure in visible region), this spectrophotometer operates at one of the fastest rates in the industry.
Attend this on-demand webinar by Chris Lynch (PerkinElmer) and learn how do you decide the best match for the UV/Vis application being performed. There are a wide range of UV/Vis instruments on the market today with the capability to make water analysis measurements. So this is an important question that needs to be addressed, to make the correct selection to meet your needs now and in the...
Shimadzu has produced a technical note describing an innovative solution for ensuring data integrity for spectroscopy systems.
Separation Science, in collaboration with Merck KGaA, has developed an on-demand eSeminar focusing on the use and application of uv-vis spectrophotometry for beverage analysis. This educational webinar will provide scientists with updates on the latest issues faced by individuals working in these challenging analytical fields.