Molecular Spectroscopy Solutions for Research and Development
What is Molecular Spectroscopy?
Molecular Spectroscopy is a subcategory of spectroscopy that studies the interaction of radiation with molecules and extended materials, as opposed to atomic spectroscopy techniques which deal with individual atoms. Samples that absorb (UV-vis spectroscopy), emit (Photoluminescence spectroscopy), or in elastically scatter (Raman spectroscopy) radiation may be studied by Molecular Spectroscopy techniques to obtain information on their electronic and vibrational transitions.
Molecular spectroscopy is widely used within chemical, physical and biological industries. Edinburgh Instruments Molecular Spectroscopy instrumentation is capable of serving the most demanding needs of research within those areas.
Edinburgh Instruments FLS1000 is a state of the art, modular photoluminescence spectrometer for the most demanding applications in Photophysics, Photochemistry, Material Science and Life Sciences. The FLS1000 sets the standard in both steady state and time-resolved spectroscopy, providing maximum flexibility and leading sensitivity.
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The Edinburgh Instruments FS5 is a fully integrated, purpose-built spectrofluorometer which has multiple detector ports allowing measurements up to 1650nm, and lifetimes down to 25 ps in one instrument. The FS5 can handle the speed of routine analysis and the sensitivity of demanding research equipment which is suitable for analytical and research laboratories.
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The Edinburgh Instruments RM5 Raman Microscope is a fully automated and compact instrument designed for analytical and research purposes. Its truly confocal design is unique to the market, offering uncompromised spectral and spatial resolution and sensitivity. The RM5 builds on the expertise of robust and proven building blocks, combined with modern optical design considerations; and a focus on function, precision and speed.
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Edinburgh Instruments DS5 is a high performing dual beam UV-Vis Spectrophotometer. The DS5 is modern, user-friendly and accurate which is suitable for numerous analytical applications where accurate and precise measurements are key for good results.
There are additional benefits with the DS5 which include stray light reduction, baseline flatness and wavelength accuracy.
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The Edinburgh Instruments LP980 transient absorption spectrometer is a fully automated and turnkey instrument that measures transient absorption and laser induced fluorescence. The LP980 uses the pump-probe technique for measuring transient kinetics and spectra.
Furthermore, the LP980 offers unsurpassed measurement capabilities across a broad range of chemical, physical and biological applications.
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The Lifespec II is a high performance and fully integrated spectrometer designed for use with high repetition rate pulsed femtosecond and picosecond lasers. The Lifespec II is the fastest turn-key TCSPC fluorescence lifetime instrument on the market.
The Lifespec II is ideal for fluorescence lifetime measurements. For more information on the Lifespec II please visit our products page.
The Edinburgh Instruments Mini-Tau lifetime spectrometer is ultra-compact, low cost and designed for lifetimes ranging from 25 ps to 50 µs. The Mini-Tau is supplied with our Fluoracle software and a USB connected TCC2 electronics module to enable fast, reliable and accurate measurements and data analysis.
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Pulsed Diode Sources
At Edinburgh Instruments we offer compact picosecond pulsed diode lasers and LEDs that are designed for use with our lifetime systems. Our EPL picosecond pulsed diode lasers are high performing, cost effective, maintenance free and easy to operate.
Our picosecond pulsed LEDs are ideal excitation sources for a wide range of spectroscopy applications as well as being stand-alone modules. For more information on our Laser and LEDs visit the product page on our website.