Revolutionary Transient Absorption (TA) Spectroscopy and Laser Flash Photolysis

Pushing the limits of TA sensitivity with compact, self-contained spectrometers that are as easy to use as UV-Vis or FTIR instruments.

A Fundamentally Different Approach to Nanosecond Transient Absorption Spectroscopy.

Magnitude Instruments engineers spectrometers that allow chemists, physicists, materials scientists, biochemists and more to do revolutionary, state-of-the art TA spectroscopy without having to be experts in ultrafast laser technology.

Our patent-pending signal acquisition technology reduces noise by orders of magnitude without relying on complex ultrafast lasers and enables acquisition of the full time axis in each laser shot. That means you’ll spend more time focusing on the sample and results of the measurement, rather than on instrument setup and the measurement itself.

Meet the Family: Unbelievably Powerful, Compact, Game-Changing TA Instruments:

Nanosecond-to-millisecond response in a self-contained TA instrument operating in the ultraviolet/visible/near-infrared range.

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The only complete nanosecond time-resolved mid-infrared (TRIR) transient absorption/laser flash photolysis system available.

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The Spectroscopy You’ve Always Dreamed of: Better. Faster. Smaller. And Easier to Use.

Our patent pending signal acquisition technology measures and subtracts noise, enabling an unprecedented 100 ΔnanoO.D. detection limit and full frequency and time resolution. Our products also support time-resolved emission spectroscopy measurements with nanosecond time resolution and steady state absorption spectroscopy.

In other words, our technology truly modernizes nanosecond flash photolysis, making it the most sensitive type of transient absorption spectroscopy available today, with rapid scanning times and an all-in-one compact design that saves valuable lab space and is easier for students and other personnel to use.

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