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Explorer – the most Intelligent and Intuitive Laboratory Balances from OHAUS

The most advanced OHAUS analytical balances Explorer® Series, including Autocal, 1 sec stabilization time and now supporting higher capacity weighing. more

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  • MRI zooms in on microscopic flow

    "Better and faster results!" is the clarion call for scientists and engineers to continually strive to improve their research tools. Of the tools used to study material structures at the atomic and molecular scales, there is none finer than Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectroscopy and its daugh more

  • Fuel cells in operation: A closer look

    Measuring a fuel cell's overall performance is relatively easy, but measuring its components individually as they work together is a challenge. That's because one of the best experimental techniques for investigating the details of an electrochemical device while it's operating is x-ray photoelectro more

  • Watching electrons move in real time

    At its most basic level, understanding chemistry means understanding what electrons are doing. Research published in The Journal of Chemical Physics not only maps the movement of electrons in real time but also observes a concerted electron and proton transfer that is quite different from any previo more

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  • Good Reasons to Use ATR Libraries

    Transmission spectroscopy was the only method in general use until the early 1960s. The first applications of attenuated total reflection (ATR) or internal reflection spectroscopy were reported independently by Fahrenfort and Harrick. Especially macromolecular materials (rubbers, fibers, fabrics, coatings, laminates etc), which often failed to yield useful transmittance spectra, became accessible for infrared spectroscopic investigations by the ATR technique. Meanwhile, the ATR technique has been proven to be an extremely useful technique for material analysis and has become more widely used for all but gaseous samples. more

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