Thermo Scientific - Nicolet iS50 FTIR + NIR Spectrometer

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      Jalan Professor Doktor Nugroho Notosutanto, Pondok Cina, Beji

      Gedung Integrated Laboratory & Research Center (ILRC) Kampus UI, Lt. 3




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    The Thermo Scientific Nicolet iS50 FT-IR spectrometer gives definitive answers in your analytical laboratory where fast, easy workflows are essential. No other FT-IR goes beyond your expectations to offer one-touch simplicity, flexibility and integration in such a small, cost-effective workstation. The Nicolet™ iS50 is so advanced you won’t think of it as simply an FT-IR. You can eliminate your set-up time and analyze powders, liquids, gels and pastes with the Thermo Scientific™ Nicolet™ iS™ ATR. Both the reflective optics and proprietary detector allow you to analyze organic and inorganic materials with mid- and far-IR spectroscopy. Plus, the main sample compartment is free for you to perform other analyses, never requiring you to swap accessories or break system seals.

    The Thermo Scientific™ Nicolet™ iS™ 50 NIR Module integrates sphere and fiber optic options in one compact unit and allows you to:
    -Initiate collection with one touch
    -Run samples through containers without preparation
    -Obtain consistent spectra from heterogeneous solids
    -Sample solids and liquids in-situ

    The specification:
    -Dual Source capable
    -The Polaris™ long-life IR source
    -Tungsten-Halogen white light source
    -Three detectors for the main sample compartment
    -High-resolution standard
    -Validation wheel standard
    -All gold optics standard (aluminum available)
    -Full support for existing accessories
    -Energy screens for high-res motorized (standard)
    -Optional purge shutters
    -Optional motorized filters
    -Optional motorized polarizer
    -Collimated or focused emission port
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