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TemPro - Fluorescence Lifetime Spec...
Fluorescence Lifetime Spectrofluorometer for EVERY Laboratory! TemPro brings the power of lifetime spectrofluorometry to research...

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SPRi-Plex II: SPRi-PLEXII Label-fre...
Label-Free Biointeraction Analysis Using Surface Plasmon Resonance imaging - Label-free detection of proteins, peptides, DNA, ce...

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MESA 6000 - Benchtop EDXRF
The new MESA-6000 from HORIBA Scientific is a compact bench top model utilizing a new approach to EDXRF: the Polarized, Monochromatic Excit...

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Dual-FL - CCD Based Benchtop Spectr...
HORIBA Scientific combined the world’s only CCD based benchtop spectrofluorometer with a UV-VIS spectrophotometer and created the Dual-FL ...

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QuantaMaster™ 300
The QuantaMaster™ 300 is a modular bench-top photoluminescence spectrometer that utilizes a pulsed Xe lamp as excitation source. Prima...

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Optical spectroscopy has played a key role in the development of modern physics, from the early confirmation of quantum mechanics predictions of the spectrum of hydrogen to the observation of stars and interplanetary matter by astronomers refining their theory of the universe. Today, optical spectroscopy has become a routine method for the physicists and the astronomers, but also gained acceptance with chemists, biologists and metallurgists, amongst others.

At the heart of an optical spectroscopy apparatus, the single device most closely associated with spectroscopic performance is the diffraction grating. It is therefore no surprise to see that the study and manufacture of diffraction gratings remain the domain of excellence of HORIBA Jobin Yvon and a select few competitors worldwide.

With its R&D Centres located in Edison (New Jersey, USA) and in Longjumeau (France, in the heart of the French Optics Valley), HORIBA Jobin Yvon employs more than 70 Ph.Ds, an unequalled force focusing on the advancement of diffraction gratings and their applications to optical spectroscopy. HORIBA Jobin Yvon can call upon the Kyoto R&D Centres of its parent HORIBA, and in particular its "Optical Frontier" project studying nanosystems. Each year the HORIBA Jobin Yvon R&D teams are granted more than 10 patents worldwide.