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ColonyQuantHD3 Automated Colony Counter System ● Software for selection according to colour, size & shape ● Light-proof sample chamber with high-definition camera (colour), Live-image and circular LED-illumination ● Image acquisition and simultaneous evaluation within seconds ● Tables and images may be stored digitally, results for each counted colony reviewable ● Agar plates, nutrient disks, fi..
CLC-570_ Colony counter with electronic register Colony counter with electronic register Accept 10cm to 15 cm petry dish Maximum counts 9999 large display Pressure sensor system,illumination device, Dimensions:w30*d33*h10cm 5kgs Include -Marking Pen , 1No. and -1,5x magnification
CLC-330 Led Colony counter-agar plate counting device Colony counter Accepts 6 cm, 9-15 cm petry dish Maximum counts 999 large display Display showing the present and 3 previous count values at the same time With Pressure sensor system,illumination LED device Optional: PC Softwares Dimensions: L35.1*W30.2*H37cm Weight: 5 kg
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EvoluChem™ LEDs Our photoreactor LEDs are designed for photo-catalytic chemistry applications to irradiate all samples with maximum efficiency. The EvoluChem™ LED spotlights are designed specifically for photo-catalytic chemistry applications. They fit the photoredox box and they are designed to irradiate all samples with maximum efficiency. The LED chips are selected for specific wavelengths 36..
PhotoRedOx Duo™ Meet our photoreactor with double-capacity: The EvoluChem PhotoRedOx Duo™. It’s the choice for the chemist who seeks higher reaction capacity and increased light intensity than found in the PhotoRedOx Box™. This photoreactor with double-capacity leverages the same patented concept (US Patent #10,906,022) as the original PhotoRedOx Box™. PhotoRedOx Duo™ increases the reaction vial..
Lucent360 Customized Reaction Screenings When screening reactions, matching the optimal wavelength to a photocatalyst requires multiple experiments and setups and a lot of time. Learn about designing Lucent360 customized reaction screenings with multiple wavelengths in one experiment. Lucent360™ C-N bond formation screen with 4 photocatalysts matched with the ideal wavelength With the Lucent360™..
Paper 11: A Maze in Plastic Wastes: Autonomous Motile Photocatalytic Microrobots against Microplastics Authors: Seyyed Mohsen Beladi-Mousavi, Soňa Hermanová, Yulong Ying, Jan Plutnar, and Martin Pumera Ref: ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 2021, 13 (21), 25102–25110 Link: https://doi.org/10.1021/acsami.1c04559 Tweet: Comment: A fun paper with robots, mazes, plastics and photochemistry that we wrote ..
Paper 10: Flowers of the Plant Genus Hypericum as Versatile Photoredox Catalysts Authors: Jun-jie Wang, Kai Schwedtmann, Kun Liu, Stephen Schulz, Jan Haberstroh, Gerrit Schaper, Anja Wenke, Julia Naumann, Torsten Wenke, Stefan Wanke and Jan J. Weigand Ref: Green Chem. 2021, 23 (2), 881–888 Link: https://doi.org/10.1039/d0gc03281f Tweet: Comment: Perhaps the most fun and unexpected paper we read ..
Paper 9: Site-Selective Installation of NƐ-Modified Side Chains into Peptides and Proteins via Visible-Light-Mediated Desulfurative C-C Bond Formation (open access) Authors: Rhys C. Griffiths, Frances R. Smith, Jed E. Long, Daniel Scott, Huw E. L. Williams, Neil J. Oldham, Robert Layfield, and Nicholas J. Mitchell Ref: Angew. Chem 2021, ASAP Link: https://doi.org/10.1002/anie.202110223 Tweet: Co..
Paper 8: Unveiling Potent Photooxidation Behavior of Catalytic Photoreductants Authors: Karina Targos, Oliver P. Williams, and Zachary K. Wickens Ref: J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2021, 4125–4132 Link: https://doi.org/10.1021/jacs.1c00399 Tweet: Comment: We could have chosen from any number of great papers from the Wicken’s group this year to highlight. We wrote about this one in depth back in April. https..
Paper 7: Illuminating Life’s Origins: UV Photochemistry in Abiotic Synthesis of Biomolecules (open access) Authors: Nicholas J. Green, Jianfeng Xu, and John D. Sutherland Ref: J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2021, 143, 19, 7219–7236 Link: https://doi.org/10.1021/jacs.1c01839 Tweet: Comment: An in depth look at some of the reactions that are possible with solar radiation and primordial soup. https://www.hepato..