The UV-1900i is a double-beam UV-Vis Spectrophotometer using Shimadzu's original LO-RAY-LIGH™ diffraction grating technology.
The compact UV-2600i/2700i is a universal, research-grade spectrophotometer that can be used in a wide range of fields, and easily expanded to suit the measurement objective.
UV-3600i Plus, the Multi-purpose large-sample compartment and the Integrating sphere attachment also feature three detector, enabling the high-sensitivity measurement of solid samples.
The SolidSpec-3700i/3700i DUV have three detectors which cover the range from ultraviolet to near-infrared.
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Shimadzu has released the AIRsight, Infrared/Raman Microscope
Raman and FTIR microscopy in perfect harmony. Infrared and Raman Microscope based on a combination of two analytical techniques to provide complementary molecular information. The AIRsight system improves the efﬁciency of analytical operations by making it easy to perform all process steps from sample observation to data analysis.
In order to reduce plastic waste, the development of eco-friendly alternative materials is being promoted. As an alternative, biomass plastics and biodegradable plastics are becoming more widely available. Biodegradable Plastics are plastics that are decomposed into low-molecular compounds by microorganisms in the environment. So they break down easily in nature, which is an opposite characteristic of petroleum-based plastics.
Various instruments are used for the appraisal of precious stones. These instruments are not limited to general gemstone appraisal tools such as the stereoscopic microscope, but also include various analytical instruments.
Shimadzu has released the IRXross
The IRXross™ creates a new concept for infrared spectroscopy. It offers the optimal solution for a new era with diverse application requirements.
UV TALK LETTER Vol. 22 is now available.
Shimadzu has released the Guide to Biopharmaceutical Solutions
3 Good health and well-being
7 Affordable and clean energy
12 Responsible consumption and production