The system is designed for the study of electrophysical properties of various materials such as dielectrics, semiconductors, including nanostructures, and electrolytes. The measuring system allows authomatic precision measurements of complex impedance, permittivity, loss factor tan(δ), complex conductivity over wide frecuency (3⋅10-3-4⋅107 Hz) and temperature (-100°С - +250°С) range. 


Automatic Multi Wavelengths Refractometer Abbemat WR/MW is designed for highly accurate measurement of the refractive index (RI) of liquid or solid substances.

 многоволновой рефрактометр

Analytical ultracentrifugation is a classical method of research in biochemistry, molecular biology and polymer physics. During centrifugation, the process of sedimentation (precipitation) occurs (deposition of macromolecules and/or colloidal particles in solution under the influence of centrifugal forces). Ultracentrifuge was created by Swedish physical chemist Nobel Prize winner T. Svedberg specifically to create bigger, than gravity, the sedimentation force to affect the particles dissolved in the solution. This experimental setup consists of a rotor that spins around its axis with high constant speed, the cell with solution which is placed at the distance from the rotation axis. Centrifugal force directed radially from the axis of rotation, resulting in the motion of the particles and the velocity of the particles sedimentation in solution allows to estimate their molecular weight.