Nov 2006Applied NanoFluorescence LLCRequest Info
HOUSTON, Nov. 6, 2006 -- The model NS1 NanoSpectralyzer from Applied NanoFluorescence is a laboratory instrument comprised of hardware and software designed to characterize samples of single-walled carbon nanotubes. The manufacturer said its efficient optical system captures near-infrared fluorescence and absorption spectra, which are then automatically interpreted to provide the user with detailed reports on a sample's composition.
The NanoSpectralyzer, which is based on research findings in nanotube spectroscopy, provides near-infrared fluorescence and absorption spectra automatic (n, m) distributions in seconds. Features include a compact design, small sample volume requirements, high sensitivity, turnkey system operation, and support from pioneering nanotube spectroscopists.
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