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Two New Derivatives in Versatile Polarimeter Series Introduced

Feb 26 2019 Read 407 Times

Xylem’s Bellingham + Stanley brand has added two new application specific derivatives to the popular ADP600 Series of high accuracy, Peltier temperature controlled polarimeters. Firstly, the ADP610-HCl polarimeter is a single wavelength (589nm) version that has been especially adapted for use with aggressive chemicals such as hydrochloric acid (HCl). The instrument is supplied with a glass polarimeter tube (100mm) incorporating PEEK endcaps as well as and a temperature sensor encapsulated in a Hastelloy® sheath; materials particularly chosen because of their high level of resistance to acid attack. A spill kit to protect the sample chamber is also supplied.

Secondly, the ADP663 polarimeter is a multiple wavelength instrument that incorporates a 633nm interference filter so that experiments may be performed at the same wavelength achieved when using a Helium/Neon laser. This wavelength is commonly used in optical experiments but also in the research of liquids. The ADP663 also incorporates the popular 365nm ultraviolet spectral line making the ADP663 polarimeter one of the widest bandwidth polarimeters available (365nm > 633nm) without venturing in to the near infrared spectrum.

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Hastelloy® is a trademark of Haynes International, Inc

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