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No Image AvailableSpectrometer Repair Services - (7 companies)...vibrational and rotational excition of groups of atoms in a molecule. Structural information is obtained by comparing absorption readings with the characteristic absorptions of functional groups. Mass spectrometers - These ionize sample molecules using high... Learn More
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Optical Calibration Standards - (25 companies)...and inspect optical components and instruments. Types. There are many different types of optical calibration standards. Categories include lamp calibration standards, spectroscopy standards, and photometer standards. There are two basic types of lamp... Learn More
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Heraeus Noblelight LLC – Optics + Analytics
UV-Vis Spectroscopy UV-Vis spectroscopy is a method in which the absorption, mainly by organic molecules, of visible (380 - 790 nm) and UV (100 - 390 nm) light is measured. In the UV-Vis range bonding electrons of molecules can be excited to cause transitions between different electronic energy levels. The transition process absorbs light at specific wavelengths and together with rotational and vibrational energies, an absorption band is created in the spectrum. The substances are measured in solution contained... (read more)Browse UV Light Systems Datasheets for Heraeus Noblelight LLC – Optics + Analytics
Solutions in Spectroscopy Avantes is a leading company in the field of fiber optic spectroscopy and fiber optic measurement applications. We manufacture miniature spectrometer systems designed for research & industrial measurements/ analysis involving the metrology of light. Click Here to go to our Spectrometers Page. Click Here for our FiberOptics Page (read more)Browse UV and Visible Spectrometers Datasheets for Avantes
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High Performance Spectroscopy High Performance Spectroscopy (HiPS) is an innovative OEM platform for quick, reliable, custom remote sensing applications. HiPS systems are roughly one-quarter the cost of mass spectrometers of equal resolution and are adaptable for man portable, mobile or diagnostic lab applications for homeland security, battlefield, industrial, biomedical and agricultural applications. Optical spectroscopy is a powerful tool for identifying and measuring unknown biological and chemical samples. Raytheon... (read more)
Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy systems!!!. Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy or LIBS has become the common acronym for element detection via laser induced plasma. This permits real-time qualitative identification of trace elements in solids, gases, and liquids via optical detection of elemental emission spectra. Using this technique, little or no sample preparation is required and calibration-free quantitative analysis has been reported without matrix effects. High Resolution Spectrometers. The PORTA-LIBS-2000 spectrometers... (read more)Browse Atomic Emission and Optical Emission Spectrometers Datasheets for StellarNet, Inc.
Heraeus Noblelight LLC – Optics + Analytics
Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy (AAS) Heraeus Hollow Cathode Lamps are mainly used in Atomic Absorption Spectrometry (AAS). AAS uses the absorption of light to measure the concentration of gas-phase atoms. Since samples are usually liquids or solids, the analyte atoms must be vaporized in a flame or graphite furnace. The atoms absorb ultraviolet or visible light and make transition to higher electronic energy levels. The analyte concentration is determined from the amount of absorption. AAS is a quantitative method that can... (read more)Browse Lamps Datasheets for Heraeus Noblelight LLC – Optics + Analytics
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Atomic Fluorescence Spectroscopy explained for public facilities. Atomic Fluorescence Spectroscopy (AFS). When an atom is excited by an input of energy, one of its electrons transitions from a stable ground state to an unstable excited state. Once the source of energy is removed, the electron returns to its ground state and the absorbed energy is emitted as a photon (light). This process is called fluorescence. Often the amount of energy given off is not the same as the energy going in. This is not the case for mercury, which makes it special... (read more)Browse Gas Instruments Datasheets for Arizona Instrument LLC
Solutions in Spectroscopy, Brand New Catalog Avantes brand new 200 page catalog is now available in hard copy and by download. Including the first truly flexible miniature spectrometer with replaceable slit. Over 200 pages with the latest spectroscopy solutions make it easy to find the right configuration for your spectroscopy needs. Get your free copy now! Or download the pdf here. (read more)Browse Infrared Spectrometers Datasheets for Avantes
Spectroscopy/Optical Sensing Technologies for OEMs Avantes as Your OEM Partner. Avantes has 15 years of experience in applying spectroscopy and optical sensing technologies to enumerable environments and industries. Our partnership approach to working with Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) is at the core of our success and philosophy as a business. Avantes Sales Engineers follow a methodical discovery process with potential OEM customers to ensure our solution recommendation closely aligns with the needs of our customers. Upon reaching... (read more)Browse Infrared Spectrometers Datasheets for Avantes
FEA/Structural, Vibrational & Thermal Analysis IMET Corporation utilizes its highly skilled team of mechanical engineers to provide complete mechanical design solutions for your new product, or to modify and improve your existing design. Using 3D CAD (Computer Aided Design) modeling, we can refine piece and part assemblies to assure robustness and reduce complexity, as well as optimize the design for functionality and manufacturability. IMET also provides FEA (Finite Element Analysis) for structural, vibrational and thermal designs. We... (read more)
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Portable AFS Mercury Analyzer Atomic Fluorescence Spectroscopy Mercury Vapor Analyzer. The NEW! Jerome ® J505 Mercury Vapor Analyzer is a portable fluorescence spectroscopy analyzer, which allows the detection cell to be simpler, smaller, lighter weight and more durable than competing spectroscopy instruments. The highly efficient optical cell requires less flow to purge the system, allowing the J505 to run at a lower flow rate minimizing sample dilution as found in competing spectroscopy instruments. Meets EPA &... (read more)Browse Gas Instruments Datasheets for Arizona Instrument LLC
...crushability, surface area, porosity, morphology and particle size distribution of excipients and APIs. Standard physical testing, while accurate, is slow and labor-intensive. Means are needed to make rapid, multivariate measurements on solid materials. This suggests spectroscopy. This article...
...a biological-type) takes days. In the 20+ years since its inception, process HPLC has come a long way. While fluorescence spectra resemble vibrational spectra, they are considered electronic because of the mode of their mechanism. Energy (in the form of photons) is absorbed, causing the electrons...
Scattering. CARS Microscopy Nov 01, 2011 Tutorial Read article. CARS and Confocal. The most important drawback of single-photon and multiphoton confocal microscopy is the need to label the specimen. CARS (Coherent Anti-Stokes Raman Spectroscopy) addresses this issue because...
Coherent Anti-Stokes Raman Scattering (CARS) was first reported in 1965 by Maker and Terhune1 as a method of spectroscopy for chemical analysis. The energy diagram of the process is depicted in Figure 1. CARS involve the interaction of four waves designated as pump (p), Stokes (s), probe (p...
...in the laminate. Infrared spectroscopy provides the ability to study the interactions of the vibrational and rotational energies of atoms or groups of atoms within molecules....
Microwave (MW) spectroscopy functions like IR analysis--through the absorption of electromagnetic radiation. The MW spectrum contains the wavelengths between 0.1 and 30 cm. The object of the MW technique is to determine the MW frequencies that are selectively absorbed by certain materials. The data...
...company vice president Dan Klevisha. Process nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy, while not as convenient as NIR, is a technology worth watching. NMR gives detailed, quantitative information about chemical environment and is familiar to every pharmaceutical chemist. NMR is versatile, analyzing...
...and near-infrared, NIR, regions of the. electromagnetic spectrum. After a review of the scientific literature and initial spectral measurements, it became apparent that rocket plume. spectroscopy, or any combustion plume spectroscopy, is a formidable task. Most quantitative studies of combustion. processes...
...and optical cavity-based methods. · N O. 2. is designed for use in monitoring key Results from pre-market prototypes such as cavity ring-down spectroscopy. greenhouse gases (GHG) including are shown, with emphasis on CO (CRDS) and integrated cavity output. · Mid-IR. methane (CH ), carbon dioxide...
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Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, most commonly known as NMR spectroscopy, is a research technique that exploits the magnetic properties of
Spectroscopy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Spectroscopy ( pron.: /spÉ?kË?trÉ?skÉ?pi/) is the study of the interaction between matter and radiated energy.[1[2 Historically, spectroscopy
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