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September 8th, 2007

CRAIC Technologies Introduces UV Imaging for the QDI 2010™ Microspectrophotometer

Abstract:
CRAIC Technologies, the leader manufacturer of UV-visible-NIR microscopes and microspectrophotometers, today released the new QDI ImageUV™ imaging system for the QDI 2010™ microspectrophotometer. This new system represents a major step forward in the fields of microscopy and microspectroscopy in that it allows users of the QDI 2010™ to acquire both images and spectra in the UV, visible and NIR regions of micron-scale samples. Images and spectra can be acquired in transmittance, reflectance, polarization and even fluorescence from the deep UV to the NIR.

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