Spectroscopy Applications

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high-resolution spectra
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. 

Raman Methods

Raman Methods

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.
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Fluorescence, Phosphorescence, Photoluminescence

Fluorescence, Phosphorescence, Photoluminescence

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.
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Plasma Emission Spectroscopy

Plasma Emission Spectroscopy

The different types of plasma emission spectroscopy can be categorized by how the plasma is generated.
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Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy

Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy

LIBS is considered one of the most convenient and efficient analytical techniques for trace elemental analysis in gases, solids, and liquids.
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Absorbance, Reflectance & Transmission

Absorbance, Reflectance & Transmission

Absorbance is a measure of the amount of light absorbed by a sample as a beam of light passes through it. In this process, a chemical species is excited from a lower to a higher energy level.
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Spectroscopy Applications
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