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Jasco.jpgThe MSV-300 series microspectrophotometers from Jasco Inc. provide transmittance/reflectance measurements of microscopic sample sites for wavelengths ranging from the UV to the NIR. They measure color, film thickness and other spectral properties of a microscopic area for large or small samples with a minimum spatial resolution of 30 μm. Incorporating a CCD camera and dual Cassegrain objective/condenser mirrors, they offer continuous measurements between 250 and 2000 nm (MSV-370) using a spectrometer integrated with a microscopy accessory. An optional automated X-Y-Z stage provides multipoint or mapping measurements for surface analysis of samples. Microscope operations are computer-controlled through the Spectra Manager software interface.

Oct 2007

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