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Products: UVISEL VIS: 210-880 nm | UVISEL FUV: 190-880 nm | UVISEL NIR: 245-2100 nm | UVISEL ER: 190-2100 nm | UVISEL VUV: 145-880 nm
Measure thin film thickness and optical constants. For research and process development.
With a 1000 mm focal length, this spectrometer is ideal for applications when extremely low stray light levels are required, such as in Raman fluorescence excitation or when ultra high resolution is needed for emission structure analysis.
The 1250M is the spectrometer of choice for highest resolution spectroscopy whether your samples are gases, semiconductors, lasers or something else.
The 750M delivers the resolution of a typical 1.0 metre spectrometer and the throughput of a smaller instrument in a convenient package.
Fast, bulk screening of tablets, pellets and powders for QA/QC applications using transmission Raman analysis.
Liquid nitrogen less X-ray Detector (Optional type)
EMAX x-act achieved good energy resolution which is unprecedented level in light element using a unique silicon drift sensor (SDD) and combination with the digital pulse...
The GD-Profiler 2™ provides fast, simultaneous analysis of all elements of interest including the gases nitrogen, oxygen, hydrogen and chlorine. It is an ideal tool for thin film characterization and process studies.
The HORIBA Jobin Yvon GD-Profiler HR™ gives the optimum in terms of resolution and number of elements to solve analytical problems even in the most complex matrices.
The Gemini 180 is a fully automated, double additive grating scanning monochromator. The incorporation of toroidal optics provides for optimum throughput and spectral resolution. It is ideal for applications that require low stray light and illumination including Transmission, Absorbance, Reflectance, and Fluorescence.
The H-10 Monochromator is a small, versatile instrument and has several applications.
The use of a concave aberration corrected holographic grating simplifies the optical configuration of the H-20 monochromator in comparison to conventional monochromators.