Products/Services for Laser-Induced Fluorescence

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    Microarray Scanners - (18 companies)
    Microarray Scanners are used to perform microarray analysis by acquiring images of laser induced fluorescence. What is a Mircoarray?. A microarray is a tool used to analyze gene expression. The microarray consists of a small membrane of glass slide... Learn More
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    Nitrogen Lasers - (9 companies)
    ...such as time of flight (TOF), due to fast pulsing. Pumping of dye lasers. UV spectroscopy. Fluorescence measurement. Laser Power. Because nitrogen lasers produce pulsed output, manufacturers specify their power as average power. Average power... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Capillary Electrophoresis Equipment - (48 companies)
    Capillary electrophoresis (CE) is a family of related separation techniques that use narrow-bore fused-silica capillaries to separate a complex array of large and small molecules. Search by Specification | Learn More
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    X-Ray Fluorescence Spectrometers - (84 companies)
    X-Ray Fluorescence Spectrometers Information. X-ray fluorescence spectrometers (XRFs) use a spectroscopic technique that is commonly used with solids, in which X-rays are used to excite a sample and generate secondary X-rays. The X-rays broadcast... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Microplate Readers - (98 companies)
    The most common assay (examination and determination as to characteristics) types are absorbance, fluorescence and luminescence. Microplate readers are generally configured to accept one of the three common microplate size configurations - either 96... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Fluorometers - (113 companies)
    They contain filters for excitation and emission but no wavelength scanning. Light is collected at 90 degrees from the incident light (excitation) direction. Fluorescence is a very reliable and accurate means for quantifying and detecting a compound... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • HPLC Detectors - (55 companies)
    ...cell. Electrochemical detectors measure the current from the oxidation/reduction reaction of an analyte at a suitable electrode. Radiochemical detectors use tritium or carbon-14 to detect the fluorescence associated with beta-particle ionization... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • X-ray Instruments and X-ray Systems - (279 companies)
    X-ray instruments and X-ray systems use penetrating X-rays or gamma radiation to capture images of the internal structure of a part or finished product. Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Microplates - (106 companies)
    ...including drug testing, genetic study, and combinatorial chemistry. Types of Microplates. While most microplates are of standard manufacture, specialized microplates are available including clear bottom types, UV treated microplates, fluorescence... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Metal Sheet - (817 companies)
    Metal sheet is metal or alloy stock supplied or available in the form of sheet or foil. It has a thickness between 0.006" and 0.250", and a width of 24" (609.6 mm) or more. Search by Specification | Learn More
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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
NDUV503A   Thorlabs, Inc. Optical Filters . By using a UV fused silica substrate, these filters exhibit increased transmission, making them useful for wavelengths as low as 200 nm. In addition, UV fused silica exhibits virtually no laser-induced fluorescence (as measured at 193 nm), making it an ideal choice for applications from the UV...
NDUV520A   Thorlabs, Inc. Neutral Density Filters . By using a UV fused silica substrate, these filters exhibit increased transmission, making them useful for wavelengths as low as 200 nm. In addition, UV fused silica exhibits virtually no laser-induced fluorescence (as measured at 193 nm), making it an ideal choice for applications from the UV...
NDUV510A   Thorlabs, Inc. Neutral Density Filters . By using a UV fused silica substrate, these filters exhibit increased transmission, making them useful for wavelengths as low as 200 nm. In addition, UV fused silica exhibits virtually no laser-induced fluorescence (as measured at 193 nm), making it an ideal choice for applications from the UV...
AvaSpec-2048FT   Avantes Color Meters and Appearance Instruments is available to trigger a pulsed laser and the nanoseconds delay before starting the integration time can be set in software (AvaSoft-Full required), the option for -42 ns negative delay makes it extremely useful for measuring pulsed lasers. The TTL output port can be used for Laser Induced Breakdown...

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A customer has developed a breakthrough technique for the application of laser-induced fluorescence (LIF) detection to high performance liquid chromatography, capillary e lectrophoresis, sequencing and microbial analysis. The technique involves using fluorescence decay curves at multiple...

...instrument that incorporates innovative laser-induced fluorescence reader technology, and a wireless data transmission module. With a conventional lancet, the skin of the finger tip is penetrated. A conventional capillary syringe takes approximately 20 uL of blood from the finger and loads the chip...

...visualization in the combustion chamber enables the advancement of current understanding of fuel injection and mixing in combustion chambers. A well-suited technique for this is Planar Laser Induced Fluorescence (PLIF). PLIF allows the user to visualize injected fuel flow and the ensuing fuel and air...

Dilution control by means of laser-induced fluorescence Improving run of mine ore quality by innovative rock identification methods. Laser-induced fluorescence (LIF) on-line analysers work in a non-contact way and offer a new dimension to real time measurement of bulk flows in the mining industry...

...they don t write the checks for new equipment. At these meetings, all one heard about was near-infrared, Thermal Effusivity, acoustics, laser-induced fluorescence, chemical imaging and so forth. Despite the exhorting of Dr. Ajaz Hussain (late of FDA, now with Sandoz) that PAT was not technology...

Process Analysis/Spectroscopy, including regulatory, academic, and industry discussions on LIBS (laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy) Chemometrics and Process Analysis, featuring FDA 's Thomas Brueggemeyer on anticounterfeiting techniques Instrumental Concepts for Process Analysis, highlighted by GSK...

...with Wilks IR and hexane gravimetry. ƒ The measurement technique incorporated in the Advanced Sensor’s monitors is laser-. induced fluorescence. ƒ The operators love “maintenance free” monitor. ƒ Ultra Violet Optical Fluorescence is used to measure oil content. Fluorescence is the. ƒ The unit installed...

The integration of miniature fiber optic spectrometers with small high peak power laser transmitters has lead to the development of a portable analytical instrument capable of real-time qualitative analysis. LIBS, (Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy) systems are now assembled with commercial off...

...portability.12. For example, the Bioaerosol mass spectrometry system uses laser-induced fluorescence to obtain mass spectral signatures for identifying pathogenic bioaerosols. The Biobriefcase based on the MicroChemLab platform by Sandia National Laboratory (Albuquerque) utilizes microfluidic, chip-based...

...decentralization of analytical tasks, i.e. directly at the point-of-care in medical. analysis instead of clinical laboratories [7,8]. Optical analysis, such as absorption measurements and laser-induced fluorescence (LIF) are widely used in life science. Figure 2 shows the basic constituents of such a system...

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