Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy is a technique used to get an infrared spectrum of absorption or emission of solid, liquid or gas samples. This equipment simultaneously collects high-resolution spectral data over a wide spectral range. This technique is very useful for compound data characterizations.
Near-infrared (NIR) spectroscopy is a highly flexible form of analysis. By measuring light scattered, NIR reflectance spectra can be used to quickly determine a material’s properties without altering the sample. IR spectroscopy is a technique used to identify a compound and study the composition of a sample.
A fluorescence spectrophotometer (fluorimeter) measures the fluorescent light emitted from a sample at different wavelengths, after irradiation. These parameters are used to identify the presence and the amount of specific molecules in a medium.
UV-vis Spectrophotometer (Cary Varian 50)
The Cary Varian 50 conc is a UV-Vis spectrophotometer. This equipment is used to get the UV-Vis absorption spectrum of solutions. It incorporates a Xenon flash lamp with a maximum scan rate of 24000 nm/s. It can measure in the range of 190-1100nm.
Time-correlated single-photon-counting. Edinburgh instruments FLS 92O
Time-correlated single-photon counting (TCSPC) is a well established and common technique for fluorescence lifetime measurements. Time-resolved fluorescence spectroscopy is a powerful analysis tool in fundamental physics as well as in the life sciences.
Cary 5000 UV-Vis-NIR
The Cary 5000 is a high-performance UV-Vis and NIR spectrophotometer. This equipment is used to get the UV-Vis and NIR absorption spectrum of solutions or solids. Its detector can measure in the range of 175-3300nm. It has incorporated a circulating water bath system that can control the temperature if it is required.