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New Multimode Spectrometer from Applied NanoFluorescence

Applied NanoFluorescence LLC has introduced the model NS3 NanoSpectralyzer for multimode spectrometry of nanomaterials.

The compact turn-key instrument sensitively captures fluorescence spectra from 400 to 1600 nm (optionally to 2000 nm) using up to 5 laser excitation wavelengths. It also measures UV, visible, and near-IR absorption spectra from 210 to 1600 nm, and Raman spectra from 150 to 3000 cm-1 with one or two excitation wavelengths.

Integrated software is included for data acquisition and carbon nanotube characterization. The instrument’s modular design allows configurations to be customized to user needs.

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