We create a complete range of innovative digital spectrophotometers used
for the elemental analysis of materials in industry, research and academia.
Reaction kinetics are an important component of chemical research in the laboratory and in the classroom. Kinetic reactions can be triggered by a variety of methods including manual mixing, stopped-flow mixing, or flash photolysis.
A highly scattering sample will increase the apparent absorbance in the vast majority of spectrophotometers on the market. The instrument cannot differentiate between scattered and absorbed light. This artifact, however, limits true absorbance measurements in turbid samples.
Mechanisms of enzyme catalysis are important to many researchers in the field of biochemistry. The most common methods of enzyme activity measurement involve monitoring the absorbance or fluorescence of a solution of enzyme and substrate as a function of time.
Spectroscopic techniques are frequently used to quantify interactions of proteins with ligands. Fluorescence probes, both intrinsic and extrinsic, often undergo spectral changes upon ligand binding to a protein. In addition to fluorescence, absorbance and Circular Dichroism can be utilized for binding studies
Protein secondary structure is an important consideration when studying protein folding, protein stability, or enzyme activity. Circular dichroism and second derivative absorbance are common methods of measurement.
Molecular characterization of organic molecules
Molecular characterization of metal complexes
Molecular characterization by fluorescence