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May 21st, 2007
Nicolet 8700 FT-IR spectrometer is now enhanced
Research instrument boosted by new compact module for vibrational circular dichroism (VCD) spectroscopy and infrared reflection absorption spectroscopy (Irras) based on patented technology
Reflectance accessories boost spectrophotometers
Thermo Fisher Scientific has developed a new, comprehensive series of specular reflectance accessories to complement the Thermo Scientific Evolution 300 and 600 UV-visible spectrophotometers
Vision 4.1 boosts UV-vis spectrophotometry
Thermo Fisher Scientific has announced the availability of the latest upgrade to its Vision software package, Vision 4.1, for Thermo Scientific Evolution and Helios UV-visible spectrophotometers
Thermo Fisher Scientific announces a series of comprehensive enhancements to its Nicolet 8700 research Fourier transform infrared (FT-IR) spectrometer. These new features provide scientific researchers involved in R+D, method development and analytical services with an ultra-fast, high sensitivity infrared spectroscopic tool.
Continuing with significant developments in research FT-IR spectrometers, the newly enhanced Thermo Scientific Nicolet 8700 is capable of capturing details of ultra-fast chemical and biochemical reaction process, probing the stereochemistry of biological molecules and determining the structure of thin molecular films.
These solutions result in the system being of particular benefit to the rapidly growing fields of biochemistry and nanotechnology.
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