Chemical & Textiles
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Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS) for High Resolution Chemical Mapping to Learn the Composition of an Unknown Substance
Depth Profile of thin Zinc layers on metallic surfaces using Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS)
Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS) provide fast, qualitative depth-resolved analysis of surfaces, even in air, filling typically in the micrometric range. In this application note, AtomTrace uses the Sci-Trace lab system to show the depth profile and distribution of elements in Zinc-coated steel.
Using Portable Near-Infrared (NIR) Spectroscopy for Rapid Material Identification
Use Near-Infrared Spectroscopy (NIR) to analyze the moisture content at production facilities
In this application note, Spectral Engines discusses how you can use the NIRONE near-infrared sensors to monitor moisture in processing facilities.
The PX-2 operates at speeds up to 220 Hz and offers excellent pulse-to-pulse stability. It can be triggered by an external TTL pulse and offers software control of the flash rate.
- Adjustable flash rate – optimizes measurements of light-sensitive samples
- Simple operation – software control of flash rate and synchronization
- Reliable performance – excellent pulse-to-pulse stability for long measurements
Use the PX2+ for continuous process monitoring
The PX2+ is a highly sensitive, easy to use, and compact instrument capable of making absorbance or fluorescence measurements. The PX2+ features 3.2” capacitive touch LCD that allows users to calibrate and view data. Process monitoring equipment is a great investment as economic benefits arise from greater process control and less waste.