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Analyze a coating system throughout its life cycle using the 4300 Handheld FTIR.

Explore coating system analysis and see a non-destructive, in situ approach for development, application, and maintenance.

More frequencies, sensor calibration curve interpolation added to AC resistance bridge/controller.

HORIBA Scientific launched its new Synapse EM, a deep cooled EMCCD Scientific camera for low light and ultra-fast spectroscopy experiments.

XEI Scientific launches the Evactron EP plasma cleaning system for physicists and materials scientists who build and use their own vacuum systems.

Thermo Scientific TGA-IR module enhances materials characterization for users of Thermo Scientific FT-IR spectrometers.

Laboratories that provide QA/QC, forensics, educational or analytical services can now use a new monolithic diamond accessory at an affordable price.

The Nano-Cyte® Single Molecule Imaging system now features a “tracking” mode capable of surveying a wide sample area.

Magritek announces Spinsolve Phosphorus, the world’s first Phosphorus-31 capable benchtop NMR spectroscopy system.

MIT spinout Formlabs brings high-resolution, low-cost 3-D printing to makers, engineers and designers.

The stream-lined, fit-for-purpose design makes this small detector ideal for table-top SEMs.

Hamamatsu introduces a new spectrometer to the highly popular series of transmission grating (TG) based mini-spectrometers.

The new WITec Suite software is now available for all WITec imaging systems.

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