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Thermo Fisher Scientific Unveils Enhanced UV-Visible Spectrophotometer Web Tool for Selection of UV-Vis Systems

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Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. announces the availability of a new and improved version of its Web-based tool, updated to provide more product and accessory solutions to UV-Visible customers.

The Web selector guide, available at www.thermo.com/selectuv, allows current and prospective customers in the life science, pharmaceutical, material science and general laboratory markets to effectively select an appropriate UV-Vis spectrophotometer to match their laboratory requirements.

When looking for product guidance, laboratory managers, research scientists, chemists and technicians are increasingly turning to the Web as their initial source of information. Customers can now quickly determine the best Thermo Scientific UV-Visible spectrophotometer, software and accessories for their specific application requirements via this Web-based selector guide.

The redesigned Web tool now features the Evolution™ 60; a low-cost, 1.0 bandwidth instrument designed for performance with a very compact footprint.

Additionally, the NanoDrop™ 1000 and NanoDrop 8000 spectrophotometers are also incorporated, providing assistance for customers interested in microvolume sampling for life science applications.

The Web tool facilitates easy navigation through a logical progression of application questions and answers, including specific sections for material science and life science applications. Users are able to compare features from a range of product information, providing assurance to the customer that they are selecting the appropriate system for their laboratory.