Benchtop EPR Spectrometry for Routine Quantitative Analysis—The EMXnano

Bruker Biospin’s EMXnano offers users the flexibility and power they require in the form of a user-friendly, compact system. For the first time, the EMXnano system offers sophisticated, cost-effective EPR performance to laboratories, offering a real choice of options for analyses.

In this class of instruments, quantitative EPR is provided at the fingertip of users for the first time, which is made possible by a fully calibrated instrument and incorporation of the patented spin counting module from Bruker.

Routine Ease of Use with Unrivaled Performance

The EMXnano is an extension of Bruker’s famous EMX spectrometer series to the bench-top category. It is an entirely new development including the most advanced microwave and digital techniques.

Upon being integrated with a highly efficient microwave resonator and the latest generation of magnet system with a complete range of up to 6.5 kg, this sophisticated bench-top instrument exhibits exceptional stability and sensitivity. These features make the instrument perfect for a complete range of teaching and analysis applications.

The new dedicated bench-top instrument needs very less infrastructure and has a low cost of ownership. It is apt for an extensive range of laboratory types.

Sensitivity and Stability

Irrespective of the focus of a user’s application, the essential strengths needed for an EPR spectrometer are stability and sensitivity. The microwave technology and the new generation magnet offer superior performance, allowing the EMXnano to integrate the user-friendly feature with EPR data of the highest quality.

Any user can confidently add or improve their lab with real-world EPR:

  • Remote system diagnostics
  • Paramagnetic species is identified through spectrum simulation and fitting (SpinFit)
  • Integrated, mechanized reference standard (marker) for g-factor and amplitude
  • Dedicated workflows for analysis and measurement
  • Spectral library containing spin traps
  • Reference-free determination of concentration for paramagnetic species (SpinCount)