Atomic Spectroscopy: Product Introductions

Thermo Fisher Scientific launched the XL3 800 Series Alloy Analyzers, the third generation of NITON handheld XRF analyzers.

Thermo Fisher Scientific introduced a new kit for the coupling of GC to its ICP-MS ELEMENT 2 and ELEMENT XR for elemental speciation analysis of volatile compounds.

Thermo Fisher Scientific released an entry-level version of its ARL SMS-2000 Sample Manipulation Systems for automated metal analysis.

Thermo Fisher Scientific introduced the Thermo Scientific ARL 9900 Series X-ray Workstation, combining XRF and X-ray diffraction (XRD).

Spectro Analytical introduced the next-generation SPECTROLAB OES metal analyzer, featuring a new hybrid optic, readout system and an advanced plasma generator.

Bruker AXS introduced the APEX DUO, calling it the first single crystal diffractometer to feature instantaneous and automated X-ray wavelength change.

Bruker AXS released the D2 CRYSO system, a benchtop crystal orientation analyzer utilizing a new energy dispersive–XRD technology, which eliminates the need for multiple rotation axes or area detectors.

Bruker AXS launched the affordable SMART X2S (Cyrstal-to-Structure) benchtop X-ray crystallography systems for fully automated 3D chemical structure determination.

Rigaku Americas launched Saturn 944+ and 724+ X-ray detectors for crystallography applications.

Rigaku Americas released the advanced general-purpose Ultima IV XRD, featuring cross beam optics.

Horiba introduced the XGT-7000V X-ray analytical microscope, featuring a diametric resolution of 10 µm.

Oxford Diffraction released the ATLAS CCD detector, featuring a new electronic design and a 135 mm active area diameter.

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