By Rob Cockerill2011-09-16T14:43:00+01:00
Building on over 50 years cryogenic and 15 years X-ray crystallography experience, Oxford Instruments has completely redesigned its Cryojet nitrogen jet system to meet the increasing demands of all crystallography researchers.
For applications ranging from proteomics to materials characterisation, crystallographers can easily protect and investigate molecular structures across a complete range of temperatures from 85 to 500 Kelvin.
The new jet from Oxford Instruments offers the fastest cool-down, the most economical use of cryogenics, and the most compact and user-friendly system on the market, a company statement claims.
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