Measuring O2 in the Earth’s Subsurface
Discover how geoscientists use Ocean Optics optical oxygen sensors for reaction kinetics studies of pyrite oxidation, which is often linked to environmental issues such as remediation monitoring in aquifers.
Eliminating the Trade-Off Between Resolution and Throughput in Raman Spectroscopy
Although Raman spectroscopy is an excellent analytical tool, Raman signals are often weak and traditional slit spectrometers typically have poor optical throughput, limiting their effectiveness in low light level setups.
High-Resolution NIR Analysis
New detector and optical bench options make it possible to configure near-infrared spectrometer setups for high-resolution applications such as laser and optical fiber characterization.
Economical Maya2000 Pro Spectrometer Extends to VDUV
Spectral measurements to 153 nm can be achieved easily and economically with the high-sensitivity Maya2000 Pro with Extra-Deep-UV Option. Nitrogen purging of the spectrometer helps to mitigate water and oxygen absorption in the vacuum ultraviolet.
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