Spectroscopy: The use of the absorption, emission, or scattering of electromagnetic radiation by atoms or molecules (or atomic or molecular ions) to qualitatively or quantitatively study the atoms or molecules, or to study physical processes. Virginia Tech

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  • NIRSystems Laboratory Analyzers - Spectroscopy

    Company: Metrohm AG

    Near-infrared spectroscopy analyzers for routine analysis of chemical and physical properties

  • Spectroscopy

    Company: Andor Technology

    Engineered from the outset with “ease-of-use” in mind, every Andor Spectroscopy system features a combination of market leading detectors and spectral instruments, seamlessly controlled through Andor’s dedicated and intuitive Solis software platform. From configuration of these pre-aligned, pre-calibrated instruments to integration into each unique laboratory set-up, Andor Spectroscopy solutions allow researchers around the world to focus quickly on their own challenges.

  • Spectroscopy

    Company: Edmund Optics

    Spectrometers are used to measure the properties of light for a variety of applications including environmental or chemical analysis, fluorescence, or Raman. Spectrometers are optical instruments that can detect spectral lines and measure their wavelength or intensity. Spectrometers are ideal for determining compositional makeup for detecting weak light signals. Spectrometers can also be used to test the efficiency of an optical filter in order to determine whether a filter has properly blocked or transmitted specific wavelengths.

  • Metrohm Instant Raman Analyzers - Spectroscopy

    Company: Metrohm AG

    Handheld spectrometer for quick and easy identification of unknown substances

  • Spectroscopy

    Company: ILX Lightwave

    From simple lab-grade manual monochromators to fully featured, fully automated imaging spectrographs with multiple gratings and a comprehensive offering of accessories including sources, diffraction gratings, fiber optics, lenses, order sorting filters and data acquisition software, Newport is the source of choice for researchers and systems integrators.

  • Alpha Spectroscopy

    Company: ORTEC

    Alpha spectroscopy is used to identify and quantify radionuclides based on the alpha particles emitted in the decay process. Similar to Gamma Spectroscopy, energy spectra are generated with high precision detectors and electronics and analyzed with special software. Typically, samples are measured following chemical separation to isolate the radionuclides of concern due to the complexity associated with correcting for these interferences with spectrum analysis software as is common for many Gamma Spectroscopy measurements.

  • N968 - Spectroscopy Amplifier

    Company: CAEN

    NIM Spectroscopy Amplifier. Gain range: 1 to 3000; shaping time: 0.5 to 10 us, pole-zero cancellation; base-line restorer; pile-up rejector; bipolar output for timing purposes; excellent noise level

  • Allalin 4027 - Spectroscopy Instrument

    Company: Attolight AG

    The Allalin 4027 is a nanometer resolution spectroscopy instrument, based on a disruptive technology called low-temperature Quantitative Cathodoluminescence, that tightly integrates a scanning electron microscope, a light microscope and a cryogenic stage into one tool. It requires zero alignment, features zero photon loss, houses a high performance multiple channel detector and a zero-drift liquid Helium cryostat. It is designed for those who need to follow a tight technology roadmap, obtain a deep understanding of their material and have access to extremely precise spectroscopic information that has been unavailable from traditional microscopy or spectroscopy techniques.

  • Grammont 2172 - Spectroscopy Instrument

    Company: Attolight AG

    The Grammont 2172 is a nanometer resolution spectroscopy instrument, based on a disruptive technology called Quantitative Cathodoluminescence, that tightly integrates a scanning electron microscope and a light microscope into one tool. It requires zero alignment, features zero photon loss and houses an extremely fast single channel detector for those who need to deliver high resolution quantitative luminescence maps, reproductively and at the fastest possible rate.

  • Gamma Spectroscopy

    Company: ORTEC

    Gamma spectroscopy is the science (or art) of identification and/or quantification of radionuclides by analysis of the gamma-ray energy spectrum produced in a gamma-ray spectrometer. It is a widely used technique, well illustrated by the following list of examples:ICS Integrated Cryocooling System for ORTEC Radiation DetectorsEnvironmental Radioactivity MonitoringHealth Physics Personnel MonitoringReactor Corrosion MonitoringNuclear Materials Safeguards and Homeland SecurityForensics and Nuclear ForensicsMaterials TestingGeology and MinerologyNuclear Medicine and RadiophamaceuticalsIndustrial Process Monitoring

  • Fluorescence Spectroscopy

    Company: Shimadzu

    Spectrophotometers are instruments that measure the optical absorbance (absorption spectrophotometers) and the emission intensity of chemical substances. To determine the wavelength dependency, light from the light source is normally separated into wavelengths by a diffraction grating.

  • FTIR Spectroscopy

    Company: Shimadzu

    Shimadzu has released a variety of FTIR systems boasting high resolution and high sensitivity and a variety of associated instruments, such as an infrared microscope unit, to facilitate automation. These are utilized in a wide range of structural analysis or non-destructive measurement applications, such as to qualify the location of defects on IC chips and other small parts in electronics, electrical, and semiconductor industries, to qualify pharmaceuticals based on the Japanese Pharmacopoeia, to identify vehicles from paint fragments left at crime scenes, or to verify starting materials on beads as a pre-synthesis study in combinatorial chemistry.

  • PEAK - Programmable Spectroscopy

    Company: Ibsen Photonics A/S

    The PEAK platform enables a whole new dimension of programmability in your spectroscopic instruments that has not been possible with any other spectrometer technology on the market. PEAK utilizes IBSEN's high efficiency fused silica transmission gratings combined with the Texas Instrument's DLP technology in order to provide the spectral programmability. With PEAK you can control the relative power and exposure time independently for each wavelength in your spectrum.

  • Modular Spectroscopy Equipment

    Company: Sciencetech

    Sciencetech offers a large line of spectroscopy equipment, for an overview of Sciencetech''s modular spectroscopy equipment see the chart at the bottom of page

  • TeraSys 4000 - THz System for THz Spectroscopy

    Company: Rainbow Photonics

    THz System for THz spectroscopy, detection and inspection of materials.