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Photonics Spectra
Dec 2009
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McPherson.jpgFor wavelength-dispersive spectral measurements from 120 to 350 nm, McPherson Inc. has released the Vacuum Ultraviolet Analytical Spectrophotometer. It provides results as percent transmission or reflection, with 0.05% precision. It works with solid samples and can be equipped with gas or liquid sample cells. In reflectance mode, the angle of incidence can be easily adjusted to the sample surface. It also is suitable for inert gas purge requiring parts-per-million levels of O2 and H2O. The system includes a tight and particulate-free enclosure, sources, detectors, UV-enhanced optics and a computer-optimized optical system. Cryogenic or heated sample mounts and raster-mapping attachments are available as options.


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