The Advanced Research Systems Selection of Flow Cryostats

By: Advanced Research Systems  09-12-2011
Keywords: Sample Tube

The LTR is our liquid helium flow cryostat designed to work for EPR, ESR, and NMR applications. The quartz cuvette can be set to work with Bruker, Jeol, or Varian microwave cavities. The quartz cuvette is removable by double o-rings and allows for fast sample change. The sample tube receive allows for liquid, powder or bulk samples.

Keywords: Sample Tube

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