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29 June 2018

A NEW UV radiometer that delivers unmatched flexibility and capability not found in any other system

The ILT800 CureRight from International Light Technologies is a feature-rich profiling UV radiometer that delivers unmatched flexibility and capability not found in any other system.  The ILT800 Radiometer meets a broad range of applications across a variety of light measurement needs.  The system has been designed with the varying needs of its users in mind, and can be configured and customised to your unique environment

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04 June 2018
Cameras

Sprouting new possibilities in plant research

As we speak, many universities and commercial customers are using Specim IQ to study seeds, sprouts, even fungi. With the camera, they can detect problems in the vegetation early on, even before they are visible to human eye. From the plant’s spectra you can tell for example if the plant is not getting enough nutrition or water, or if there is a disease about to break out.

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23 May 2018

DENSsolutions introduces a new Gas Analyser

A fast, accurate and reliable tool that further enhances the capabilities of the Climate in situ Gas and Heating solution

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09 May 2018

Strongly Cavity Enhanced Spontaneous Emission from Silicon Vacancy Centres in Diamond

Researchers at Stanford University in the Nanoscale and Quantum Photonics Lab are studying new ways to manipulate a unit of quantum information called a qubit. One promising material system for building qubit systems is based on impurities in diamond. Specifically, a small amount of silicon is introduced during growth of the diamond crystal, and under the right conditions a silicon atom will take the place of two carbon atoms. The resulting complex is called a silicon-vacancy (SiV) center in diamond, and it behaves like a qubit which can store quantum information.

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18 April 2018
Spectroscopy

Download the new FERGIE Experiment Note - Improving the Collection Efficiency of Raman Scattering

In this note, Princeton Instruments discuss the advantage of an aberration-free spectrograph design for performing Raman spectra measurements. FERGIE, a fully integrated spectrograph system was used for the demonstration.

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