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SPEX SkinSkan Spectro-Fluorometer

Description: The Spex SkinSkan is the only in-vivo, fibre-optic spectrofluorometer designed specifically for skin-fluorescence measurements. It is also ideal for many remote sensing steady-state fluorescence applications....
Company:Horiba Group
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SkinSkan

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[in-vivo FIBER-OPTIC SPECTROFLUOROMETER] SkinSkan

In-vivo fibre-optic spectrofluorometer for skin fluorescence ... Fluorescence >> Remote Sensing >> SkinSkan. SPEX® SkinSkan ...When Fluorescence Won't Come ...

Spex SkinSkan Spectrofluorometer

The Spex SkinSkan is the only in-vivo, fibre-optic spectrofluorometer designed ... Brochure: Spex SkinSkan. HORIBA Jobin Yvon. File Size: 972.5 KB Estimated ...

Jobin Yvon Products

Jobin Yvon (including SPEX, Jobin Yvon (JY), Dilor and Sofie) Products include diffraction ... SkinSkan Spectrofluorometer. SLFA-20 Sulfur-in-Oil Analyzer ...

NOTE Determination of UVA Protection Factor with SPEX SkinSkan

SPEX SkinSkan is a newly developed spectrofluorometer that can calculate ... SPEX SkinSkan (Jobin-Yvon Inc, New Jersey) is an in vivo ...
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