Ocean Optics Celebrates SciX 2015 with Exciting New Live Demos
Analytical techniques including UV-Vis, NIR and Raman spectroscopy take center stage at SciX 2015, the annual exhibition that attracts leading spectroscopy researchers from around the world. This year’s show runs from Sept. 27-Oct. 2 in Providence, R.I., and features more than 70 exhibitors.
Blazing a New Path with Flame
The next-generation Flame spectrometer delivers high thermal stability and low unit to unit variation, and offers flexibility with replaceable slits and new UV-Vis and Vis-NIR integrated sampling systems. The latter are ideal for measuring absorbance and transmission of liquids; their streamlined footprint makes them attractive for space-limited classroom and general-purpose labs.
Spoiler Alert: Everybody claims to have the Next Big Thing in NIR spectroscopy. Well, Ocean Optics has joined the chorus with our own buzz-worthy NIR spectrometer. Get the scoop at SciX on Tuesday, Sept. 29 at 12:20 p.m. (ET) in our “What’s Hot” Vendor Presentation, Flame: Blazing a New Path in NIR Spectroscopy.
If the spectroscopy world had its own TV universe, the No. 1 show would have to be Everybody Loves Raman. Here’s what we’ll have at SciX for your Raman viewing pleasure:
- Modular Raman options – build your own setups for 532 nm, 785 nm and 1064 nm Raman excitation wavelengths
- Handheld Raman — the enhanced IDRaman mini 2.0 (discontinued product as of July 2017) is now available with spectral libraries of more than 9,000 compounds, including biochemicals, explosives, food additives and polymers
- Benchtop Raman – IDRaman series (discontinued product as of July 2017) options include a fully integrated Raman reader system with Raster Orbital Scanning and a Raman microscope that optimizes Raman sampling by using the same focal plane for collecting images and Raman signals
- SERS substrates – innovative gold SERS substrates provide trace-level detection sensitivity of explosives, anti-counterfeit markers and more
Scaling Solutions to Meet Your Needs
In addition to showing applications for ultra-compact Spark spectral sensor and STS spectrometers, we’ll demonstrate our ability to scale modular spectroscopy solutions for OEM and high-volume instrument needs.