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Healing properties of light

Light therapies are coming to the fore to treat a huge range of medical conditions, from neonatal jaundice to dementia, as Keely Portway finds out

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Using see through Raman technology, B&W Tek’s i-Raman Pro ST high throughput portable Raman system dramatically enhances the Raman signature of the content, allowing for identification of materials through opaque containers such as white plastic bottles, paper envelopes, tablet coatings and more.

Pocket power

Jessica Rowbury looks at the challenges of bringing spectroscopy to the consumer market, and whether we’re likely to see them being used by the
public in the near future

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B&W Tek will be exhibiting the BAC201, a fibre optic Raman probe designed to expand the capabilities of the company’s portable Raman systems

Sol 2.6 fibre-coupled NIR spectrometer

B&W Tek has introduced its the Sol 2.6 fibre-coupled NIR spectrometer. The device features a high performance linear InGaAs array with 256 pixels and a standard spectral range of 1,550-2,550nm

Glacier X

B&W Tek has introduced its new thermoelectrically (TE) cooled miniature fibre coupled spectrometer, the Glacier X, which it claims is the smallest TE cooled spectrometer on the market

Econic spectrometers

B&W Tek has introduced its Econic series of affordable high performance CCD spectrometers, each costing less than $900, featuring a 2,000-element linear CCD array, 16-bit digitiser, and USB 2.0 interface

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