The Future of Transient Absorption (TA) Spectroscopy Is Here
Broader spectral ranges. Full time axis from each laser shot. Higher throughput. Easier to use. With orders of magnitude greater analytical sensitivity enabling measurements that were previously impossible.
Transient Absorption Spectrometers That Make Meaningful, Measurable Differences.
Magnitude Instruments has redefined the state of the art by creating benchtop transient absorption (TA) spectrometers that push the limits of nano-to-millisecond spectroscopy with fast data collection and sensitivity that are inaccessible with traditional TA technology.
Designed by scientists for scientists, our patent-pending noise suppression technology enables rapid measurements of small signals and allows scanning with unprecedented low intensity photoexcitation for high quality, publishable data.
Research groups can leverage 100-fold higher sensitivity to forge new frontiers in photochemistry and catalysis research. Measurements of short-lived transient intermediates. Catalytic reaction mechanisms. Low sample concentrations relevant to biochemistry.
Smaller, All-In-One, Self-Contained Transient Absorption Spectrometers That Are Easier To Use.
You don’t have to be an ultrafast spectroscopist to use our products—we’ve designed TA spectrometers that allow you and your colleagues to focus on the sample, design the experiment, analyze the data, and interpret the results—low maintenance, easy to use, plain and simple.
Now, spectroscopists, synthetic and materials chemists, electrochemists, catalysis scientists, biochemists and more can do groundbreaking spectroscopy in-house. All without dedicating expansive lab footprints to support conventional sensitive ultrafast laser systems.
True Multi-Function Spectrometers Are Now Within Your Grasp.
Each of our landmark products deliver jaw-dropping TA spectroscopy and flash photolysis capabilities never before seen in such a compact all-in-one instrument. But they were developed to do more.
In addition to TA spectroscopy, our products also measure time-resolved photoluminescence and steady state absorption spectroscopy, making it faster and easier for users to measure samples with identical spectral and temporal resolution.
Revolutionize Your Research with Transient Absorption Spectroscopy and Flash Photolysis from Magnitude Instruments.
Better yet? Contact the inventors of our technology directly to learn more, ask detailed questions, or arrange for a comparative sample measurement that will knock your socks off. Contact us here.