Photothermal Spectroscopy Corp announce their new mIRage-LS sub-500nm IR spectroscopy system This new product combines Raman and co-located Fluorescence Microscopy with sub-micron IR in a single platform. It uniquely combines the benefits of fluorescence microscopy to support fast, easy targeting of molecular features of interest with sub-micron IR spectroscopy to characterise the molecular structure of […]
New advances in infrared spectroscopy offer improved spatial resolution, say researchers Three research papers exploring the use of infrared spectroscopy, both through label-free mid-infrared spectroscopic imaging (MIRSI) and optical photothermal infrared (O-PTIR) spectroscopy, have led to exciting advances in their fields. The research establishes the potential for these advanced techniques to investigate bone composition with […]
At BlueScientific, we are all about helping the community around us as well as raising money for charities. This year one of our two Directors , Tom Warwick, will be taking part in the London Landmarks Half Marathon on the 3rd of April 2022. He will be raising money for Shelter, for every £1 donated, […]
An example of how XPS surface analysis can be used in battery development, to analyse li-ion battery electrode materials for a better understanding of the SEI layer.
BlueScientific is now the official distributor for XPS from Thermo Scientific in the UK, Sweden and Denmark. XPS (X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy aka ESCA) is a quantitative surface analysis technique.
The new Bruker Dimension IconIR is a large-sample nanoscale infrared spectroscopy and chemical imaging system. It sets new standards in chemical and material property mapping with sub-10nm chemical imaging resolution.
FEG-SEM (Field Emission Gun – Scanning Electron Microscope) provides the very highest resolution imaging compared to regular SEM. It’s now available in an easy-to-use, desktop instrument: the Phenom Pharos G2.
A virtual event on 9-10 November 2021 from RMS about microscopic imaging and microanalysis of geological and archaeological materials (free to attend).
An overview of how X-Ray Diffraction is used in battery development and energy storage materials analysis.
The Bruker Q4 POLO is a new spark-OES metals analyser. It’s a compact, benchtop system, with best-in-class analysis of metals from Li to Bi, opening up new applications for a system of this size.