with near-diffraction-limited image quality."
Rashid Zia - Brown University
Princeton Instruments has decades of experience designing world-class spectroscopy instruments. PI has sophisticated knowledge in three key areas of spectroscopy: CCD cameras, spectrometers, and optical coatings. Princeton Instruments offers high-performance spectrometers, spectrographs, and CCD cameras to many demanding spectroscopy applications including Raman spectroscopy, LIBS, fluorescence, microspectroscopy, and plasma emission spectroscopy to name a few.
A sensitive probe of molecular vibrations, Raman spectroscopy is the quintessential light scattering technique that requires deep-cooled cameras and high-fluence spectrometers for best results.
Fluorescence, phosphorescence, and photoluminescence occur when a sample is excited by absorbing photons and then emits them with a decay time that is characteristic of the sample environment.
The different types of plasma emission spectroscopy can be categorized by how the plasma is generated.
LIBS is considered one of the most convenient and efficient analytical techniques for trace elemental analysis in gases, solids, and liquids.