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Want to build your own spectrometer? From the correct concave focusing mirrors or optical lens to the appropriate diffraction grating, Edmund Optics can assist you in specifying your optical and mechanical needs! Spectroscopy systems allow you to quantify unknown materials and solutions for optical and biochemical applications. Used heavily in a variety of fields such as chemical analysis for security applications, agriculture, pharmaceutical compound detection, diagnostics, genomics, and many more, one can quickly and easily setup an entire system in a few hours! Coupled with our advanced bio-imaging lenses, you can create an extremely powerful system that inspects and records a fluorescence emission signal while simultaneously quantifying the intensity and wavelength. If you are looking to revamp your test bed, EO can help with our wide range of spectrometers. As a primary distributor of B&W Tek systems, we have spectrometers in stock and available for same day shipment for your demanding applications.
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What is Spectroscopy?
Spectroscopy is the study and analysis of light as it interacts with solids, liquids, and gas. Spectroscopy, which is most commonly used in chemistry and element analysis applications, has grown increasingly common in biomedical applications. Common spectroscopy types used in biomedical applications include Coherent anti-stokes, correlation, Fourier transform, mass, and Raman.
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