Agilent’s Molecular Spectroscopy Portfolio
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Agilent provides a full range of solutions from routine to research. The molecular spectroscopy portfolio includes the following techniques:
Agilent Product Highlights
Cary 630 FTIR – 4300 Handheld FTIR – Cary 620 Imaging Microscope – Cary 60 UV-Vis
Cary 630 FTIR
The world’s smallest, robust benchtop FTIR.
The Agilent Cary 630 FTIR provides superior quantitative and qualitative information for routine analysis of solids, liquids, and gases. With high performing optics and a wide range of sample interfaces.
Sampling accessories available with the 630 include:
- Agilent’s innovative TumblIR and DialPath technologies for rapid transmission analysis of liquids
- ATR modules to handle a wide range of solids, pastes, gels, rubbers and liquids. Includes Diamond and Ge single bounce ATRs and a ZnSe multibounce ATR.
- Diffuse reflectance for materials that scatter infrared light, such as powered samples and specular reflectance for measuring samples such as optics, mirrors and glass
- Transmission module that accepts standard KBr pellets, liquid, and gas cells
4300 Handheld FTIR
Non-destructive testing, right on the spot.
The 4300 Handheld FTIR enables you to take measurements wherever they are needed – regardless of the physical size or location of the object.
It delivers immediate, real-time results to help you make informed decisions about factors such as quality control, surface contamination, and which samples require further testing.
You can non-destructively identify, verify, classify, authenticate, and detect counterfeits in a broad range of materials. We call this Positive Material Identification.
Available interchangeable, snap-on interfaces: Diamond ATR, Diffuse Reflectance, External Reflectance, Grazing Angle and Germanium ATR; require no alignment, and are custom engineered to match optics and electronics. These interfaces are RFID equipped to ensure they are correctly matched to the specific method required for an analysis.
You can also choose between two detectors: a DGTS detector for routine analysis, and a thermoelectrically cooled MCT detector for applications that require high performance and speed.
Cary 620 FPA Chemical Imaging Microscope
Get clear, highly detailed images of large areas in minutes, not hours!
FTIR imaging measurements often require you to choose between how much area of the sample is measured (the field of view), the level of detail obtained (the spatial resolution) and the time the measurement takes. The Cary 620 FTIR microscope changes that. It is designed to provide clear, highly detailed images of areas that would normally take hours to measure – all in a matter of minutes.
The universal standard used to calibrate and align the FPA detector is the USA
F 1951 resolution target. For example, the area of 280 x 280 µm
imaged at~1 µm pixel resolution is imaged in only 2 minutes (A total of 78,400 spectra is collected).
Cary 60 UV-Vis
The Agilent Cary 60 UV-Vis spectrophotometer is efficient, accurate and flexible, and is designed to meet your immediate and future challenges.
With remote sampling options, proven performance and low cost of ownership, you can be sure that the Agilent Cary 60 UV-Vis will give you answers you can trust.
- Lowest cost of ownership — with an exceptionally long lifetime of 3 billion flashes, the lamp typically lasts 10 years, minimizing lamp replacement and instrument revalidation costs.
- No need for cuvettes — the optional fiber optic probe delivers more accurate results in a fraction of the time, and with no cuvette or sipper, sample measurements are less prone to error.
- Measure precious samples with ease — the highly focused beam image of the Agilent Cary 60 is perfect for measuring small volumes accurately and reproducibly. Preserve your samples by using < 4 µL instead of mLs.
- Exceptionally fast data collection — with a scan rate of up to 24,000 nm/min, you can scan the entire wavelength range (190–1100 nm) in under 3 seconds.