Applied NanoFluorescence spectrometer captures from 400 to 1600 nm

Applied NanoFluorescence NS3 NanoSpectralyzer spectrometer

The NS3 NanoSpectralyzer for multimode spectrometry of nanomaterials captures fluorescence spectra from 400 to 1600 nm (optionally to 2000 nm) using up to five 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.
Applied NanoFluorescence
Houston, TX

info@appliednano.com


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NS3 Multimode Spectrometer
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.
Applied NanoFluorescence LLC
Houston, TX
www.appliednano.com
info@appliednano.com

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