New Product: Thermal Control of Microspectrophotometer Samples
Posted: Tuesday, September 4, 2012 Location: San Dimas, California, USA
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CRAIC TechnologiesT is a leading developer of instruments for UV-visible-NIR microanalysis. Spectra and images even of samples less than a micron can be analyzed. CRAIC Technologies products include UV and NIR microscopes, UV-visible-NIR microspectrophotometers, instruments to measure thin film thickness and colorimetry on the microscopic scale, Raman microspectrometers, automation solutions, traceable standards and more. Specialized systems have been developed for a number of fields including vitrinite coal analysis, protein crystals, forensic and semiconductor metrology. Below are links for each class of product that we manufacture that give more information on the science, the technology, the instruments themselves and how they are used.
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CRAIC Technologies Introduces Controlled Heating and Cooling of Microspectrophotometer Samples
CRAIC Technologies, the leader in UV-visible-NIR microspectroscopy innovation, has unveiled the ability to control the temperature of samples being analyzed spectoscopically. Heating and freezing stages have brought many benefits to scientists wishing to visualise a sample under different temperature regimes. CRAIC Technologies is proud to add this capability to its microspectrophotometers for spectral analysis of microscopic samples throughout the UV, visible and NIR regions. Additionally, samples can also be imaged from the deep UV to the near IR with this new product.
The CRAIC Thermal Stage adds to the growing list of microspectrophotometer capabilities offered by CRAIC Technologies. It also opens up new research capabilities for everything from biotechnology to materials science to nanotechnology.
The CRAIC Technologies Thermal Stage package, depending upon its configuration, enables a scientist to analyze the transmission, reflectance or fluorescence spectra of microscopic samples under conditions of extreme cold or heat. Operating in the UV-visible-NIR regions, samples can be cooled to as low as -196° or heated up to as high as 600°C. The same system also allows for atmospheric control of the sample environment...a feature that will open up additional avenues of research in many fields. \
"CRAIC Technologies has been a leader in innovation in the field of UV-visible-NIR microanalysis since its founding. We have helped to advance the field of microscale analysis with our leading edge instruments, research and teaching. The addition of thermal control for microspectral analysis is a necessary step for a number of fields of research" - Dr. Paul Martin, President of CRAIC Technologies.
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