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Ocean Insight

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Unlocking the Unknowns of Industrial Sensing

January 12, 2023

Navigating today’s industrial landscape is an ongoing challenge, with global competition placing a premium on innovation and creativity. Spectral solutions can help.

New Feature Boosts Spectrometer SNR

November 08, 2022

In this application, a novel signal-averaging technique is utilized that dramatically improves signal-to-noise ratio performance in Ocean Insight spectrometers.

Whole Blood Analysis Using UV-vis Spectroscopy

October 13, 2022

In this application note, we use an Ocean ST-UV microspectrometer (185-650 nm) to measure the absorbance of whole blood and methemoglobin.

New Spectrometer Function Boosts Signal-to-Noise Performance

September 19, 2022

Ocean Insight’s Ocean SR2 spectrometers are now able to function under high-speed averaging mode, which uses hardware-accelerated averaging to improve S/N performance.

Monitoring Pharmaceutical Waste

July 15, 2022

Researchers using optical emission spectroscopy tested the degradation efficiency of different plasma-jet processes on solutions of the medication Valsartan.

Plasma Monitoring with Modular Spectroscopy

June 16, 2022

In this application note, we used a modular spectrometer to monitor changes in argon emission after different gases were added to a closed-reaction plasma chamber.

New Spectrometer Excels for Absorbance Measurements v2

May 04, 2022

In this application note, we evaluate the effectiveness of a new spectrometer for measuring the absorbance of optical filters and potassium dichromate standards.

New Spectrometer Excels for Absorbance Measurements

April 18, 2022

In this application note, we evaluate the effectiveness of a new spectrometer for measuring the absorbance of optical filters and potassium dichromate standards.

Can Spectroscopy Detect Opioid Analogs?

March 07, 2022

In this application, an HR series high-resolution spectrometer is part of a fiber optic sensor project for measurement of difficult-to-detect designer opioids.

Monitoring Curing Rates in Ophthalmic Materials

February 10, 2022

In this application, a 785 nm Raman spectroscopy system is evaluated as tool for monitoring the curing processes of ophthalmic materials used in surgeries.

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