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HORIBA Scientific is a worldwide leader in development and production of analytical measurement equipment for research, analysis for laboratories, and quality control. We offer instrumentation for Fluorescence- and Raman-Spectroscopy, Ellipsometry and other methods measuring thin films, as well as components for optical spectroscopy including OEM applications. In addition, measurement techniques like ICP- and GD-OES, Particle analysis, sulfur-in-oil-Analysis and methods for the determination of water quality as well as X-Ray fluorescence belong to our expertise. The better part of these instruments can be used not only for macroscopic analysis, but also for micro-measuring techniques - often in a non-destructive manner, which is a major advantage over many other analytical methods. The HORIBA Jobin Yvon GmbH is in business since the eighties of the last century and covers today Germany, Austria, and Switzerland with the complete product line-up of HORIBA Scientific. In addition, HORIBA Jobin Yvon GmbH is the exclusive European representation of Ultrashort pulse laser systems built by Clark-MXR, one of the leading supplier of Femto- and Picosecond Laser systems.

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    Jobin Yvon (Horiba Group) acquires Philips' Ellipsometry Business Unit

    Royal Philips Electronics of The Netherlands and Jobin Yvon of France announce today that they have finalized an agreement for the transfer of the Ellipsometry business line of the former Philips Analytical business unit to Jobin Yvon. The transaction includes metrology tools such as the ta ... more

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    HORIBA Jobin Yvon Ltd

    HORIBA Jobin Yvon was founded nearly 190 years ago and is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of analytical and spectroscopic systems and components. We are part of the HORIBA group which has sales of $1,000 million and more than 4,700 employees worldwide. more

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