Spectroscopy

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  • McTriple LE - Research Tool for Raman Spectroscopy The McTriple LE is a research tool for Raman spectroscopy. Raman instruments are often designed to favor light throughput and sacrifice spectral resolution. Often they are quite small. In reality, many labs may encounter unique spectroscopy challenges. Some that require high spectral resolution and others that require the more light throughput. The McTriple LE is the answer to both requirements.
    McPherson
  • A36-B32 - AlphaVision-32 Alpha Spectroscopy Software AlphaVision-32 offers even more features for the busy alpha spectroscopy counting laboratory. AlphaVision-32 provides automated control and analysis of alpha spectra, with the status of as many as 128 silicon charged-particle detectors visible at a glance on a single screen.
    ORTEC
  • Spectrometers for Analysis in Both Laboratory and Process Near Infrared (NIR) spectroscopy is used for fast, reliable, and non-destructive measurements that simultaneously control manufacturing processes and product quality, assuring that final product specifications and quality are met.
    Polytec GmbH
  • TeraKit® - THz Generator / Detector The TeraKit® provides a flexible solution for laboratory THz spectroscopy and is available in two options: Transmission and Reflection. It is based on organic crystals, to allow access to different terahertz frequencies not yet available with conventional antennas. The TeraKit® includes an optical path with delay line, terahertz generator, terahertz detector, optics and electronics. It can be used with any femtosecond laser source.
    Rainbow Photonics
  • LabSpec 4 Standard-Res - Analyzer ASD has raised the bar, yet again, for lab equipment with the introduction of the LabSpec® 4 Standard-Res laboratory analyzer. Employing state-of-the-art near-infrared (NIR) spectroscopy, the portable lab analyzer can quickly and nondestructively measure a wide range of materials with absolute precision. Improvements to the LabSpec 4 Standard-Res’ spectrometer configuration have more than doubled the performance in the SWIR regions for faster, more complete material measurement.
    ASD
  • ASC2 - Automatic Sample Changer Sample changers are ideal for labs processing a large number of samples with minimal operator interaction allowing for routine counting outside of normal working hours ? without the extra labor costs. ORTEC offers a standard sample changer package in the ASC2 with a variety of ORTEC detector and electronics configurations as well as our flagship GammaVision spectroscopy software and GVAutomationPack productivity software.
    ORTEC
  • LabSpec 4 Bench Benchtop - Analyzer Configured specifically for fixed-location analysis with AC power, the LabSpec 4 Bench benchtop analyzer provides all the performance of ASD’s LabSpec laboratory spectrometer line in a space-saving and cost-efficient design. The benchtop analyzer features sophisticated near infrared (NIR) spectroscopy at a 10 nm resolution for accurate measurement of a wide variety of materials in real time. Like the portable models, an enhanced spectrometer configuration more than doubles the signal-to-noise performance in the SWIR regions.
    ASD
  • LabSpec 4 Hi-Res Analytical Instrument - LabSpec Optimized to provide the most precise material analysis in the shortest amount of time, the LabSpec® 4 Hi-Res lab instrument is the ideal analytical instrument for fast-moving laboratory environments. The latest addition to ASD’s LabSpec line of portable lab spectrometers uses advanced near-infrared (NIR) spectroscopy to characterize a variety of materials in real-time with no sample prep. An updated spectrometer configuration delivers remarkably accurate spectral data in a fraction of the time required by previous ASD analytical instrument
    ASD

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Spectroscopy - The use of the absorption, emission, or scattering of electromagnetic radiation by atoms or molecules (or atomic or molecular ions) to qualitatively or quantitatively study the atoms or molecules, or to study physical processes. Virginia Tech