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Top articles from Edition 20 (11/14)
Themes in this issue
Since we took on the distribution of Oxford Instruments’ benchtop NMR last year many different types of samples have been measured.Read more
Cryogenic Control Systems (Cryo-con) are our supplier of precision electronic instrumentation for both laboratory and industrial applications.Read more
The Montana Instruments Cryostation has seen quick acceptance as the standard for high performance applications requiring closed-cycle optical...Read more
Spectral information in the shortwave infrared from 1000 nm to 2500 nm is important in vegetation research, the analysis of pigments (painting...Read more
Light & lasers
The medical term hyperthermia describes overheating of the whole body or local body areas which for example is used in cancer treatment. Recently,...Read more
In more than 10 years, Micro Materials has gained substantial know-how, through the close cooperation with leading scientists, to develop...Read more
The Zygo Portable Profiler is a portable white light interferometer perfectly suitable to measure the 3D topography of large optical parts with...Read more
In contrast to standard filters, HT filters feature reduced blocking adapted to the most common detectors.
Standard filters are usually completely...
The quickening pace of business caused one of Europe’s leading independent testing laboratories to seek an alternative to the standard solvent...Read more
Shamrock 193i is faster and more sensitive than its bigger brothers.Read more