Absorbance measurement with an Avantes spectrometer In this video we demonstate the basics of how to do an absorbance meauserements in Avasoft by measuring a ethanol solution. Ethanol is used because it has a characteristic absorption in the UV area.
Waters Mass Spectrometers: Break free of your limits Seeing everything is a beautiful thing. Making it simple? Even better. Putting it all on your benchtop? Amazing. Introducing the Xevo TQ-S and Xevo G2 QTof mass spectrometers: Everything you need for quantitative and qualitative ***ysis. Sensitivity. Accuracy. High resolution. Speed.
The MIDEX Micro X-Ray Fluorescence Spectrometer from Spectro Demonstration of the Spectro MIDEX Micro XRF system, ***yzing a solder joint.
EOS - Sub-Nanosecond Transient Absorption Spectrometer EOS is a broadband pump-probe sub-nanosecond transient absorption spectrometer with an extended time window. Its patent pending design utilizes a photonic fiber for probe light generation. To the researchers using femtosecond transient absorption for studying ultrafast kinetics of photoinduced processes it is often desirable to extend the time window of investigation beyond several nanoseconds. The most widely used method in this case is Nanosecond Flash Photolysis. This technique requires a dedicated Q-switched laser with accompanying wavelength conversion equipment, laser table, additional flash photolysis spectrometer, etc. Outside of the need to set up an additional laser spectrometer, the main disadvantage of this method is its relatively low time resolution a typical IRF in the nanosecond flash photolysis experiment is 7-10 ns. Therefore even when combined the above two methods often do not allow for reliable measurements of sub-10 ns lifetimes. The EOS with its ~500 ps time resolution and the electronically controlled pump-probe delay presents a perfect solution and in combination with the HELIOS provides continuous temporal coverage from femto- to milliseconds and beyond.
Applied Biosystems API4000 Triple Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer MS030 Leased Applied Biosystems API4000 Triple Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer MS030 Leased Currently Leased Until 11/2010 System is setup in the following configuration. API4000 SN:V21030709 CTC ***ytics HTS PAL SN:112765 Perkin Elmer Pump SN:291N90031554 Perkin Elmer Pump SN:291N4????? Could Not Read Dell Precision 390 Core DUO With Dell 17"LCD Running AB Sciex ***yst Version 1.41 Software Product Description •Proven Curtain Gas™ interface technology, combined with improved gas dynamics, reduces maintenance and increases uptime. •Enhanced high flow-rate performance, reduced ionization suppression, self-cleaning probe design, and reliable interface all combine for accelerated productivity and high throughput. •Windows NT® platform-based ***yst® software facilitates GLP compliance, including 21 CFR Part 11. Low Limits of Detection The high sensitivity of the API 4000™ system ensures low detection limits. Efficient ionization and superior ion sampling of the interface result in excellent sensitivity. Flexible Options Increase Throughput Easy-to-use TURBO V™ source allows you to quantitate over a wide range of flow rates and to change rapidly between atmospheric pressure chemical ionization (APCI) and TurboIonSpray® probes. The optional DuoSpray™ ion source accelerates method development and increases both throughput and data quality. An additional option for atmospheric pressure photo-ionization, the PhotoSpray® source, expands the range of compounds you can ***yze.Automated Data ...
A single source femtosecond-millisecond broadband spectrometer A single source femtosecond-millisecond broadband spectrometer EC Carroll, MP Hill, D. Madsen, KR Malley, and DS Larsena Department of Chemistry, University of California, Davis, One Shields Avenue, Davis, California 95616, USA Time-resolved measurement of population dynamics extending over femtosecond to millisecond time scales typically requires a combination of transient absorption techniques involving different laser systems and detection schemes. The spectrometer design presented here facilitates transient absorption measurements over 12 decades with a single ultrafast laser system by picking pump and probe pulses independently from the laser oscillator pulse train. Unamplified pulses seed a photonic crystal fiber to a supercontinuum probe source for spectrally resolved measurements. The utility of the system is demonstrated by measuring triplet state dynamics following photoexcitation of vitamin B6 in aqueous solution. Time-resolved transient absorption TA, or optical pump-probe, spectroscopy has become an indispensable technique for characterizing photoinduced population dynamics in biological, chemical, and solid-state chromophores. Dynamics in such samples often occur over multiple time scales ranging from femtoseconds eg photoisomerization to milliseconds eg protein conformational changes. In a TA experiment, a pulsed light source excites a subpopulation of the sample into an electronic excited state and its relaxation dynamics is subsequently probed by ...
Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer:Shannon Walker Shannon Walker Shannon Walker will fly to the International Space Station aboard the Soyuz TMA-19 spacecraft to serve as a flight engineer for Expeditions 24 and 25.
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Spectrometer to Fly in Space The Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS), an experiment that will search for antimatter and dark matter in space, leaves the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) next Tuesday on the next leg of its journey to the International Space Station. The AMS detector is being transported from CERN to Geneva International Airport in preparation for its planned departure from Switzerland on August 26, when it will be flown to the Kennedy Space Center in Florida on board a US Air Force Galaxy transport aircraft. AMS will examine fundamental issues about matter and the origin and structure of the Universe directly from space. Its main scientific target is the search for dark matter and antimatter, in a program that is complementary to that of the Large Hadron Collider. Source: CERN For full story, visit:
KRONOS- Portable Microsecond Flash Photolysis Spectrometer Kronos is a portable flash photolysis spectrometer designed for transient absorption and emission measurements on the microsecond and longer time scale. Kronos can measure solid and liquid samples in the transmission as well as the reflection mode. The Kronos patent pending design utilizes a Xe arc flash lamp as an excitation source, which allows for wavelength tunability. The photoinduced transient species are investigated by passing the output of a white light emitting diode (LED) through the sample. Using an LED as a probe light source results in superior stability and low noise. The probe wavelength range of Kronos is 425-700 nm. After traveling through the sample, the probe light passes through an interference filter. After that a 10 nm wide section of the spectrum is delivered to the detector photodiode. The detector voltage output is digitized and transferred to a PC for generation of a kinetic trace and for further manipulations.
AvaSpec Spectrometer Irradiance Calibration Demonstrates the process for irradiance calibrating an AvaSpec Spectrometer
The Spectrometer Spectrometer operation
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NASA | The Molecule Dissector - Mass Spectrometry What do you do if you have a sample from another planet, and you want to find out if it contains a certain molecule...maybe even one that will reveal that the planet can sustain life? When scientists face a situation like this, they employ an amazing tool: the mass spectrometer. It does the hard work of separating out materials, allowing scientists to look very closely at a sample and see what's inside. Learn more about this tool in the video from NASA Goddard's Solar System Exploration Division. To download this video, visit: svs.gsfc.nasa.gov To visit NASA Goddard's Solar Systems Exploration Division home page, visit: science.gsfc.nasa.gov Like our videos? Subscribe to NASA's Goddard Shorts HD podcast: svs.gsfc.nasa.gov Or find NASA Goddard Space Flight Center on facebook: Or find us on Twitter:
AMS NASA Project This video is all about the AMS or Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer
Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer One of the most exciting scientific instruments ever built, the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS), arrived at ESA's Test Centre in the Netherlands for testing before being launched on the Space Shuttle Endeavour to the ISS this July. AMS will help scientists to understand better the fundamental issues on the origin and structure of the Universe by observing 'antimatter' and 'dark matter'. As a byproduct, AMS will gather a lot of other information from cosmic radiation sources such as stars and galaxies millions of light years from our home galaxy. Not only astronomers, but also particle physicists are waiting for AMS data.
Bruker Daltonics Mass Spectrometry Bruker Daltonics mass spectrometer installation in Australia
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Spectrometer Demonstration Using a spectrometer to plot intensity versus wavelength for several different light sources: the sun, a white LED, a lighter, and flourescent lights. You can clearly see the blackbody radiation curve.
Use of Spectrophotometer For my microbiology students, here's a little demo on how to use the spectrophotometer
Prism with Spectrometer
The Mass Spectrometer One of a series of 7 physics videos made for 1st year 'A' level students by the Hertfordshire Science Centre. (1988) Use the search tag 'HSCphysics' to find the other 6 videos.
Spectrophotometer Use Demonstration
X-Supreme8000 XRF (x-ray fluorescence) spectrometer for materials ***ysis used in quality The X-Supreme8000 from Oxford Instruments (www.oxford-) a highly flexible and powerful energy-dispersive X-ray fluorescence (EDXRF) spectrometer for quality assurance and process control used by a diverse range of industries including cement manufacture, wood treatment, mineral extraction, mining and petrochemicals.
Perform a UV-VIS Spectrometer Calibration In this video, we show you the necessary steps to perform a system calibration of an Ocean Optics spectrometer with a DH-2000-Cal. The DH-2000-CAL Deuterium Tungsten Halogen Calibration Standard is a UV-NIR light source used to calibrate the absolute spectral response of a radiometric system. For more information on Ocean Optics calibration light sources visit
Java Spectrometer This is an audio frequency ***yzer program that I wrote in the Java programming language. It will take audio from the microphone and show both the audio signal and its frequency components. The program has a settings panel that gives instant results when some of the settings are changed. If there is some decent amount of interest I can put this online to allow people to try it out.
Homemade CCD spectrometer. (I) Setup and spectra (Adolf Cortel, September 2010) Setup of a homemade CCD spectrometer. The light coming through an optical fiber, a lens and a narrow(regulable) slit falls in a concave diffraction grating (removed from a scrapped Agilent spectrometer) focused on a linear CCD. A Labview program working with a Vernier SensorDAQ module measures the output of the sensor and plots the results. The emission spectrum of some lamps and a couple of absorption spectra are shown as a samples.
Mass Spectrometry MS An education video on Mass Spectrometry using a magnetic sector instrument from the Royal Society of Chemistry. From the Modern Instrumental Techniques for schools and colleges DVD. For more information on the Chemistry for our Future programme please visit (C) Royal Society of Chemistry
Wavelength Calibration of Ocean Optics Spectrometers In this video, we will outline the steps you can take to verify your spectrometer's wavelength calibration. For more information on calibration services, visit us at
Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer at Kennedy Space Center An advanced scientific payload set to fly aboard space shuttle Endeavour in 2011 is beginning final preparations for its upcoming flight to the International Space Station. The pioneering Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer-2 experiment arrived at NASA's Kennedy Space Center on Aug. 26 aboard a US Air Force C-5M cargo aircraft. Known as AMS, the high-tech device could lead to new discoveries about the universe and its origin. AMS will use a powerful magnet and cutting-edge particle physics detector to measure the charged particles within cosmic rays. The nearly 15000-pound experiment will be robotically installed on the station's main truss during shuttle Endeavour's final scheduled mission. Once it reaches its final destination in orbit, the experiment is expected to operate for at least a decade, until the end of the station's life. If arecognizable person appears in this video, use for commercial purposes may infringe a right of privacy or publicity. It may not be used to state or imply the endorsement by NASA employees of a commercial product, process or service, or used in any other manner that might mislead. Accordingly, it is requested that if this video is used in advertising and other commercial promotion, layout and copy be submitted to NASA prior to release.
Spectrometer Rap (For Science week Ireland) This is a rap about the spectrometer. The competition is organised by the Alimentary Pharmabiotic Centre (APC), University College Cork and Teagasc Moorepark, Cork Made By: Robn Flynn, Sean Hassett, Conor Conway. With Lyrics by Duncan Moss
Simple gamma spectrometry (Adolf Cortel 2010) [ OOps! A very efficient and simple gamma spectrometer is described in my video: A simple gamma spectrometer can be built with a photomultiplier tube and a NaI(Tl) crystal, as well as a peak height ***yzer based on two comparators and an anticoincidence circuit. A Vernier SensorDAQ is used with a Labview program to generate the voltage stair determining the position of the successive bins. A set of 150 bins are filled in an interval of measuring voltages from 1(or 2) to 5 V and a with of the window of voltage of (4/150 or 3/150 V). Samples of Co-60, thorium, Ra-226, several uranium ores, Am-241 and trinitite are ***yzed and the position of the peaks determined
Mickey Laux explains how a quadrupole mass spectrometer works - part 1 (John) Mickey Laux, a chemistry professor at the Orange Coast College, comes to the University of California, Irvine every summer to participate in the AirUCI summer teacher workshop. This video catches Mickey in the process of explaining how a GCMS (gas chromatography mass spectrometry) instrument works to teachers who did not have any prior experience to this technique.
Xevo TQ MS - advanced tandem quadrupole mass spectrometer The Xevo TQ MS - an advanced tandem quadrupole (triple quadrupole) mass spectroemter featuring novel ScanWave technology for high performance qualitatve and quantitative applications
Nevan Krogan Mass Spectrometry Mass spectrometry is a powerful tool for elucidating the elemental composition of a sample or molecule. More recently, it has been used to characterize biological material, in particular proteins and protein complexes, in a variety of organisms. In this lecture, we will review the underlying principles of how a mass spectrometer works, discuss up to date instrumentation that is presently being used in the biological research setting and provide specific examples of how mass spectrometry is being used to reveal functional insight into different biological systems.
XR Spectrometers from Ocean Optics This is a short promotional video, introducing the new line of Extended Range Spectrometers from Ocean Optics. With XR, you can cover a wider range of the spectrum, optimizing your experiment options. For more information visit
The Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS) Goals and characteristics of the AMS Spectrometer
Geostationary Imaging Fourier Transform Spectrometer (GIFTS) NASA Destination Tomorrow Segment describing GIFTS (Geostationary Imaging Fourier Transform Spectrometer), the future of weather satellite technology which stands to aid in the understanding of weather processes, climate, atmospheric pollution, and severe.
Mickey Laux explains how a quadrupole mass spectrometer works - part 2 Second part of this presentation. (John) Mickey Laux, a chemistry professor at the Orange Coast College, comes to the University of California, Irvine every summer to participate in the AirUCI summer teacher workshop. This video catches Mickey in the process of explaining how a GCMS (gas chromatography mass spectrometry) instrument works to teachers who did not have any prior experience to this technique.
Avantes: how to use a spectrometer We show you the basic instructions to operate an Avantes spectrometer with Avasoft software
NIRQuest Near-Infrared Spectrometers In this short promotional video, we Introduce the new line of NIRQuest near-infrared spectrometers from Ocean Optics. For more information, visit
Bruker Daltonics Mass Spectrometers Live at Pittcon Bruker Daltonics presents new innovative mass spectrometry-based life sciences instruments and solutions, like ETD, microorganism ID, and MALDI molecular imaging, at Pittcon scientific conference.