Customer testimonial XUV Optics: Empyrean - the answer to challengeVideo
The industrial focus group XUV Optics, part of the MESA+ Institute for nanotechnology, is located in a new high-tech lab at the University of Twente (the Netherlands). XUV Optics performs top research in the field of nanotechnology. They specialize in developing multilayer mirrors (e.g. used in space telescopes) and in advanced forms of lithography to generate new computer chips. In the video, lab manager Prof. Dr. Fred Bijkerk and assistant professor Dr. Ir. Robbert van der Kruis explain how Malvern Panalytical's Empyrean X-ray diffractometer contributes to their research.
Temperature ramping - transformedVideo
Temperature ramping at 0.1 °C/min? That might be okay, if you have time to wait. For those who want their temperature ramping results sooner, the new Agilent Cary 3500 UV-Vis allows accurate and reproducible ramping at up to 30 °C/min without the leaks, noise, and mess of a multicell holder with a water circulator.
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Jen visits the University of Massachusetts at Amherst to meet Tim Goulette and William Dixon, food science Ph.D. students.
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