Oxford Instruments Superconductivity, Genetix, Imaging Research | GenomeWeb

Oxford Instruments Superconductivity has released the new Cryojet HT nitrogen jet for use with x-ray crystallography. The temperature control system has a range of -183 C to 217 C, and includes an electronic controller to adjust temperature and gas flow settings, as well as software for remotely operating the system via computer. The tapered design allows the nozzle to be brought to within a few millimeters of the crystal, allowing crystallographers the precision for high-resolution work, the company said.

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