There is an alternative to scatter-sensitive spectrophotometers: Integrating Cavity CLARiTY UV/Vis spectrophotometers.Nothing Escapes Measurement. And clarifying your samples becomes optional. Read more.
August 2018 Am Soc of Brewing Chemists meeting, demonstrating that one can measure color (i.e., absorbance @ 430 nm) in the presence of haze. Click to download.
Plants and Light Manipulation: The Integrated Mineral System in Okra Leaves. Advanced Science. 2017;4(5):1600416
Pierantoni M, Tenne R, Brumfeld V, et al.
Action spectrum of photoinhibition in the diatom Phaeodactylum tricornutum
Plant Cell Physiol. 2017 Oct 20. [Epub ahead of print] Havurinne V, Tyystjärvi E.
Controlling the Encapsulation of Charged Molecules in Vesicle-Templated Nanocontainers through Electrostatic Interactions with the Bilayer Scaffold. Langmuir. 2017 Aug 8;33(31):7732-7740. Epub 2017 Jul 24. Kim MD, Dergunov SA, Pinkhassik E. Read more.
Rapid and sensitive quantitation of heme inhemoglobinized cells. BioTechniques 61:83-91 (August 2016). Jason R. Marcero, Robert B. Piel III, Joseph S. Burch, and Harry A. Dailey
Pump-probe paradigm in an integrating cavity to study photodecomposition processes. Molecular Vision 2016; 22:953-958. Federico Gonzalez-Fernandez, Brandi Betts-Obregon,
Andrew T. Tsin, and Richard J. DeSa
Dr. Kyril Solntsev demonstrates the ease of collecting correct absorbance spectra of chlorophyll in green leaves with a CLARiTY CCD model.
Dr. Kyril Solntsev demonstrates the ease of collecting correct absorbance spectra of a dye in milk with a CLARiTY CCD model.
Dr. Kyril Solntsev demonstrates the ease of collecting correct absorbance of a suspension of nanoparticles with a CLARiTY CCD model.
Data from a popular Perkin Elmer UV/Vis model versus the OLIS CLARiTY. CLARiTY Data collected by Dr. Dima Parul in the OLIS facility.
Perkin Elmer data collected by Dan Lerner, University of Montpellier.
Spectral recording of the electron transport chain in whole yeast cells from the CLARiTY CCD
Data presented by Tatiana Koutchma at the 2014 IFT meeting comparing the CLARiTY's unique ability to capture accurate spectra from milk and apple juice.June, 2014.
The OLIS CLARiTY takes on unusual samples...roses and jewelry! If the instrument can return correct absorbance spectrum for these atypical subjects, imagine what it can do for your samples!
Surface-Bound Ruthenium Diimine Organometallic Complexes: Excited-State Properties. Organometallics, 2014, Article ASAP Geoffrey Abbot, Robert Brooks, Edward Rosenberg, Michelle Terwilliger, J.B. Alexander Ross, & Ogar O.L. Ichire. Read more.
Ink-Jet Printed Nanoparticle Alignment Layers: Easy Design and Fabrication of Patterned Alignment Layers for Nematic Liquid Crystals. Particle Systems Characterization, 2014; 31 (2), 257-265. Mitya Reznikov, Anshul Sharma, and Torsten Hegmann
A CLARiTY 17 coined "Spectrophotometer of the Gods" by proud owner, Douglas Campbell of Mt. Allison University.
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Presented by Federico Gonzalez-Fernandez at the 2014 ARVO meeting. How to obtain a rhodopsin spectrum from a turbid suspension-Beating the light scatter proble. Federico Gonzalez and Richard DeSa. Click to download.
Two types of algae suspensions (normalized spectra) by an OLIS CLARiTY 17. Pre-publication data. April, 2014. Douglas Campbell's lab
Mt. Allison University
The 3D spectral recording of a complex kinetic process occurring in diluted whole milk. April, 2014.
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Comparison of three spectrophotometers with an algae suspension. Only the CLARiTY collects the accurate absorbance spectrum of this particulate suspension. March, 2014
New 4 page brochure on the OLIS CLARiTY series, first displayed at the Biophysical Society exhibition in San Francisco. February, 2014
Interview with Dr. Gonzalez-Fernandez about his latest round of experiments at the OLIS facility, where he confirms that results from the least reduced (most intact) sample does indeed return the most exciting and definitive results. January, 2014. Watch video.
Interview with Dr. Mira Patel about the unexpected and meaningful results returned by the OLIS CLARiTY. January, 2014
Catalytic ship-in-a-bottle assembly within hollow porous nanocapsules. New J. Chem., 2014, Advance Article. Nasi Ehterami, Sergey A. Dergunov, Yenlik Ussipbekova, Vladimir B. Birmanc and Eugene Pinkhassik.
Selectively Initiated Ship-In-A-Bottle Assembly of Yolk–Shell Nanostructures. Chem. Mater., 2014, Article ASAP. Sergey N. Shmakov, Ying Jia, and Eugene Pinkhassik.
Meet the pioneering scientists to purchase the first 14 CLARiTY spectrophotometers. November, 2013
Learn more about these scientists and their science, and watch for important publications from all! Read more.
Monitoring Vitamin A delivery & uptake in a suspension of photoreceptor cells. November, 2013. Federico Gonzalez-Fernandez
SUNY Buffalo School of Medicine
Confirmation of the ability of the OLIS CLARiTY to see a protein at 280 nm in the presence of a highly turbid medium (Alhydrogel @ 1 mg/mL). Samples supplied by the Middaugh lab; experiments conducted by OLIS staff scientist Dr. Dima Parul. C. Russell Middaugh, University of Kansas. Click on image to view.
A Gold nanorod suspension is characterized by a standard UV/Vis/NIR and the OLIS CLARiTY 17
September, 2013. The CLARiTY 17 reveals an accurate spectral shape and absorbance compared to the apparent high absorbance of the Cary UV/Vis/NIR. Data acquired in the Hegmann lab. Read more.
Exciting new data from the Hartsel Lab: Amphotericin B with a liposomal drug delivery system. July, 2013. Prof Scott Hartsel, Department of Chemistry,University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. Read more.
New video demonstrating a turbid sample run on both the CLARiTY and a diode array UV/Vis
Phytoplankton data from the Campbell Lab.May, 2013. "We are accumulating data on several fronts using the CLARiTY. Here is a quick slide I did for a group meeting, showing what the CLARiTY can do for dilute phytoplankton suspensions (in this case, a culture of Prochlorococcus)."
Dual purposing an OLIS for CD & CLARiTY measurements. June, 2013. New 2 page flyer highlighting the OLIS CD models in combination with other unique measurement capabilities, including CLARiTY, CPL, and MCD.
Analysis of maple seed pods in the CLARiTY.
Cuvette=Clear Samples Only. Integrating Cavities=Clear & Not Clear Samples. More on comparing the common cuvette with the DSPC.
The CLARiTY puts the decision about filtration, clarification and dilution in your hands.
We get requests to analyze some very interesting things...today it was soot!
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Label-Free, Direct Measurement of Protein Concentrations in Turbid Solutions with a UV-Visible Integrating Cavity Absorbance Spectrometer. Anal. Chem 2018 Apr 17. Larson NR1, Wei Y1, Middaugh CR1.
Using clear or turbid samples, it's easy to get accurate, fast readings at a single wavelength with the CLARiTY 1.
The CLARiTY 1 430nm model is ideal for brewers needing color measurements on beer or wort.
Avocado & olive oil UV/Vis spectra run at full concentration in a CLARiTY UV/Vis spectrophotometer.
Emission of e.coli were grown in five media.
Reduction of Fe(III)-EDTA by an intact Prunus root inserted in the DSPC 8 mL