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Back to School 2019
The summer vacations behind us, it’s now time to look forward to the last 4 months of 2019. We look forward to meet you, at our office, your office or at one or more of the events we are joining. Starting with the Dutch Photonics Event At Delft on September 10th. We have a full list of events further down at this newsletter.
Furthermore with our partner Jenoptik we have the possibility to offer the disk IR and Femtosecond laser at special conditions, for a limited time and as long stock last. More items will follow, check our website.
Esther, Ben, Monique & Roland
Vacuum product line now available in eXtreme-Ultra-High-Vacuum V-11 version
The vacuum product line includes, manual and motorized linear stages as well as optical components, rails and slides. Customized solutions are also possible. All parts are cleaned, mounted, measured, tested and packed in the OWIS® clean rooms.
V-9: Our requirements for a mass spectra UHV:
The UHV products are baked out at approximately 80°C and measured after a heating cycle of a maximum of 12 hours. A mass spectrum of 0 to 100 a at a pressure of less than 1E(-7) mbar is thereby recorded. The peaks in the range of 45-100 a are more than two decades below the highest mass peak in the range of 0-44 a.
V-11 : Our requirements for a mass spectra XUHV:
The eXtreme-Ultra-High-Vacuum ( XUHV ) products are baked out at approximately 80°C and measured after a heating cycle of a maximum of 12 hours. A mass spectrum of 0 to 100 a at a pressure of less than 1E(-7) mbar is thereby recorded. The peaks in the range of 45-100 a are more than three decades below the highest mass peak in the range of 0-44 a.
Selecting the right Raman system, The Wasatch Raman Update
Raman spectroscopy began as an experiment into the scattering of light, but C.V. Raman and K.S. Krishnan saw something more. They saw molecules with a voice — molecules waiting to be heard.
With sun as source and photographic plate as detector, it is incredible that they saw Raman scattering at all. But that’s how science works. You get an idea, a whisper of a possibility, and you find the tools to make it real. At Wasatch Photonics, we make those tools. Tools uniquely crafted to the needs of Raman researchers and OEMs; tools with the sensitivity, signal to noise ratio (SNR), speed, and usability to enable the next generation of Raman applications and solutions.
Raman has finally come into its own this century through a convergence of technology and greater understanding of how it can be applied to problems spanning every area of science, industry, security & health. Once a laboratory technique, it is now a viable solution for the factory, the field, and the clinic. As you explore its possibilities, we’re ready to hear you, and find ways together to make them real.
Selecting the right Raman system can sometimes be a challenging task.
Check out the latest Wasatch brochure for answers!
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Sale on FemtoSecond and NanoSecond laser from Jenoptik
With our partner Jenoptik we have the possibility to offer the disk IR and Femtosecond laser at special conditions for a limited time and as long stock last.
JenLas® disk IR nanosecond disk laser series: Guarantees high processing.
The disk lasers of the JenLas® disk IR series impress with their excellent beam quality at a very high peak power
More info Check our website article here
A New Dawn for NIR Spectroscopy – Blaze Scientific CCD Camera
Breakthrough Technology in BLAZE® Scientific CCD Cameras Greatly Enhances Near-Infrared Quantum Efficiency and Enables Superior, Quantitative, Spectroscopic Measurements.
Featuring two revolutionary back-illuminated deep-depletion sensors, Teledyne Princeton Instruments BLAZE cameras for spectroscopy provide the highest near-infrared quantum efficiency, fastest spectral rates, and deepest thermoelectric cooling available in a CCD platform.
Lower thermally generated dark noise, combined with the use of low-read-noise electronics, raises the signal-to-noise ratio and further improves sensitivity. Applications for BLAZE cameras include nanotechnology, 2D materials, carbon materials, biosensing, and life science. These next-generation cameras deliver the highest performance for scientists using measurement techniques like Raman, photoluminescence, and fluorescence spectroscopy, as well as micro-spectroscopy and pump-probe spectroscopy.
Meet us at – Agenda
You can meet us at the following events:
We look forward to supplying you with all the material and information you need and answering any question.