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Preview Agilent’s soon-to-be-released Cary Universal Measurement Spectrophotometer (UMS)

May 13, 2013
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See what you’ve been missing: Learn how Agilent’s soon-to-be-released Cary Universal Measurement Spectrophotometer (UMS) will advance your materials analysis.


Speaker:
Travis Burt
Agilent
UV-Vis-NIR Product Manager



Whether you research, develop or perform QA/QC analysis of advanced materials such as coatings, thin films, solar, or glass, Agilent offers the fastest and most accurate spectroscopy solutions. And soon, Agilent will release a new, unique universal measurement spectrophotometer (UMS) that will measure absolute reflection and transmission at variable angles — unattended. Find out how Agilent's Cary UMS will measure what others cannot at this special first look webinar.

More information: www.agilent.com

Travis Burt is the Product Manager of the Cary UV-VIS-NIR spectrophotometers at Agilent Technologies. Travis responsibilities include business development, new product definitions and commercialization activities within Agilent’s product life cycle process.  With almost 20 years experience in molecular spectroscopy Travis has held roles in Agilent UV-VIS-NIR, fluorescence, FTIR and IR Chemical Imaging product portfolio’s. Travis received his MAppSc. (Applied Physics) from Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology on novel infrared instrumentation for use in the pulp and paper industry.
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