October 2005

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New Developments

Spectrophotometer solves liquid/ gas analysis problems The new Model IPS-4 spectrophotometer can reportedly measure up to eight wavelengths and quantify five measurement components simultaneously. ..

Spectrophotometer solves liquid/ gas analysis problems The new Model IPS-4 spectrophotometer can reportedly measure up to eight wavelengths and quantify five measurement components simultaneously. It provides easy and flexible UV-VIS spectroscopy of liquids and gases. The analyzer has no moving parts, high signal-to-noise ratio, minimized stray-light effects, fast dynamic range and fast-and-full spectral acquisition (220 nm – 1,100 nm). Its built-in chemometric capability solves complex measurement problems. The unit's optical system offers high light throughput and increased reliability. It withstands harsh outdoor and industrial environments, has temperature stabilit

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