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SECM101: What is Constant Distance (CD)-SECM?
Constant Distance (CD)-SECM is introduced in this BioLogic Learning Center article
Key factors to consider when looking for a scanning electrochemical workstation.
Factors of interest when looking at a scanning electrochemical workstation are discussed.
Why waste money on nitrogen for Circular Dichroism?
Why the use of nitrogen for optic flushing is not always necessary for Circular dichroism measurements. So, when & why is it necessary?
Which scanning probe electrochemistry technique?
The scanning probe electrochemistry techniques on the M470 are compared.
Stopped-Flow & Deadtime: Everything you need to know
Everything you need to know about dead time: definition, importance, calculation…and more
Sub-10 ms stopped-flow in the mid-IR
Obtain very fast reaction speeds by combining stopped flow with dual comb spectrometers.
Diffuse reflectance CD using an integration sphere
Circular Dichroism is one technique to determine enantiomeric purity and it can be applied directly on solid samples.
A new approach to circular dichroism
As a result of a cutting-edge design, the MOS-500 delivers the highest levels of precision for any instrument on the market, but also reduces running costs significantly because nitrogen is rarely needed during experiments