You will find all articles of edition 15 (June 2012) on the following page.
Adiabatic Demagnetization Refrigerators (ADR) are the cost-effective alternative to dilution refrigerators (DR).
Andor Technology offers a wide variety of Indium-Gallium-Arsenide (InGaAs) photo diode arrays for demanding spectroscopic applications in the NIR from 0.8 µm to 2.2 µm.
State-of-the-art disc centrifuges make use of advantages of the sedimentation measurement technology like accuracy, resolution, data veracity and reproducibility.
There are ample ways to utilize IR and NIR cameras in the industrial field. So far, integration into industrial processes has mainly failed due to the challenging control of the IR camera systems.
Thanks to modern technology, there is a wide range of different long, short and band pass filters available today. However, they all look pretty much the same.
During the last years, our light sources catalogue has become a standard work in modular optical spectroscopy.
The ongoing trend towards miniaturization in both research and industry goes along with an increasing demand for high-precision tools and systems that allow automated robotic handling and mechanical testing in the micro- and nanodomain.
Scientific CMOS (sCMOS) is an important new sensor technology pioneered by Andor in 2010 with the introduction of the “Neo”.
As part of our ongoing commitment to innovation and in response to customer needs, LOT is pleased to announce the release of the new FLX 3300.
Solar simulators provide a broadband spectrum close to that of the sun from the UV to the IR. The core of the system is a xenon arc lamp that reaches color temperatures of approximately 6000 K.
Gradient optical traps, also called optical tweezers, have emerged over the last 20 years as promising tools for manipulating mesoscopic dielectric objects with forces within the piconewtons range.
NanoMOKE3 features a complete measurement set-up: magnet with power supply, optical table, manual probe stage, electronics, PC with software.
Germicidal disinfection by exposure to ultraviolet (UV) light is seeing rapid deployment in food, pharmaceutical, hospitality, and medical markets.
A few weeks ago, Volume 13 of J.A. Woollam’s newsletters was published.