New capabilities for FTIR System for Lab and Field Use
Nov 06 2009
A2 Technologies (USA) has announced increased sampling and usability capabilities for its compact Exoscan FTIR spectrometer system. These enhancements extend the capability of this spectrometer to cover an array of applications and make the Exoscan the ideal system for the scientist who requires optimum flexibility in spectroscopic-based application development and implementation for lab and/or field use.
Sampling interfaces for the Exoscan system now include internal reflectance, grazing angle reflectance, diffuse reflectance and specular reflectance. With these enhancements, Exoscan can accommodate liquids, powders, pastes, as well as reflective and nonreflective solids. Exoscan can be used as a hand-held, battery operated FTIR system for field use and, with its optional docking station, as a powerful lab bench top system. This flexibility enables spectroscopists to non-destructively gather data in the field, develop methods in the lab and then implement those methods out of the lab.
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