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Portable Innovations New Mobile near Infrared Spectroscopy Solution

| Editor: Ahlam Rais

Trinami X, a wholly-owned subsidiary of BASF, recently announced the launch of a mobile near infrared (NIR) spectroscopy solution. Spectroscopy is a well-proven analysis method that the company now makes affordable and accessible beyond factory and laboratory applications.

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The Mobile NIR Spectrometer from trinami X.
The Mobile NIR Spectrometer from trinami X.
(Source: BASF)

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The firm offers all the needed competences in a single, handheld device: mobile and robust hardware, precise data and material analytics and excellent molecular and chemical expertise –thanks to being a subsidiary of BASF, opines the company.

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