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Our QSight triple quad LC/MS/MS family has always been known for its robust and reliable performance. But now there’s something new – something better: the high performance 400 series. Our ready-to-implement solution has the highest sensitivity and throughput the industry has ever seen and the capability to test for the most challenging samples and analytes.
LAMBDA 1050/950/850 Spectrophotometers are advancing what's possible for your testing capabilities, whether it's measuring the absolute reflectance of coatings at various angles with our LAMBDA™ 950 or analyzing highly absorbing liquids with the LAMBDA 850. Now, with the LAMBDA 1050, we're pushing the limits even more.
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Choose the Frontier™ range of Fourier Transform IR spectrometers for superior spectroscopic performance in demanding applications. Powerful and adaptable, the Frontier meets all your current analysis needs and can be expanded as your research goals evolve. An exceptional signal-to-noise ratio and photometric performance assures optimal spectral quality to ensure best-in-class sensitivity. This configurable platform provides dependable and consistent operation through years of service.
Rapid testing of your polymer material is refreshingly easy with this out-of-the-box polymer analysis system. A combination of ready-made protocols, a materials library, and the easy-to-use system ensures swift identification of your materials.
The MicroBeta2 System provides advanced radiometric and luminescent detection abilities for GPCRs, kinases, reporter gene assays, and traditional liquid scintillation counting. Providing coincidence counting, a unique patented configuration with two photomultiplier tubes that simultaneously detect signal, the MicroBeta2 System ensures high efficiency and extremely low background for a variety of radionuclides.
The MicroBeta2 System features time-resolved liquid scintillation counting (TR-LSC), delivering improved counting performance for opaque plates where traditional coincidence counting isn't possible.