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Extend your laboratory’s capabilities with the next-generation benchtop EPR/ESR spectrometers from Magnettech™, pioneers in EPR spectrometry and trusted worldwide since 1992. The versatile MS-5000 and MS-5000X are research grade instruments with sensitivity and reliability for demanding applications.
Weighing only 99 lbs with a compact 15.6 x 10.3 x 7.6 inch footprint, MiniScope spectrometers are the perfect “everywhere” instrument.
Focus on research and not the instrument with ESRStudio, the most modern and dynamic software for ESR measurements. Simple and intuitive operation that doesn’t require the operator to be an expert in spectroscopy.
- Affordable, low cost of ownership.
- Benchtop form factor accommodates mobility.
- Simple and intuitive operation puts focus on research not instrument operation.
- Outstanding sensitivity and stability.
- Connectivity to a wide range of accessories to accommodate variable research applications.
- Auto calibration and tuning to maintain accuracy, minimize maintenance and downtime.
- Excellent sensitivity and stability to yield quality data and consistent results.
- Works with Bridge12 Overhauser Dynamic Nuclear Polarization (ODNP) Probe
5 x 1010 spins/mT
(5 x 109 spins/G)
|Signal to noise ratio||600:1|
|Microwave power||1 μW to 100 mW|
|Concentration Sensitivity||50 pM|
|Field sweep range||0 to 625 mT (0 to 6250 G)|
|Field homogeneity||± 5 μT (50 mG) within sample region|
|Field stability||1.0 μT/h (10 mG/h)|
|Sweep resolution (field & time)||≥250,000 points|
|Reference standard||optional: integrated and motorized|
|Magnetic field range||0 to 650 mT (0 - 6500 G), wider field ranges on request|
|Modulation frequency||10 kHz and 100 kHz|
Wide Field of Applications
EPR is the only method for the direct detection of paramagnetic species. EPR/ESR spectroscopy has wide field of applications from research & development to quality control in branches like:
Nitric oxide measurement, reactive oxygen species, oxidative stress, radical generating systems, photo dynamic therapy
Bioinorganic transition metal compounds, fenton chemistry, effect of heavy metal ions on living tissue
Generation of radicals by particles
Living polymers, nitroxide quantification, radicals in varnish, UV stability of scratch resistant varnish
Oxymetry, membrane fluidity, pH in micro-environment, viscosity and phase partition
Separation of Radicals
Food Chemistry and Pharmacy
Antioxidative features of foodstuff, radicals in foodstuff, radiation induced radicals
Radical protection factor, protection features of UV-filters in créme, shampoo, etc
Alanine dosimetry (tablets, thin films)