Ever Wonder What Goes on Inside a Spectrometer? It’s a good question, and the complete answer can escape even the most seasoned researcher. The photons used in spectroscopy encounter many components and undergo a variety of processes before registering as a spectrum. What exactly happens to these photons once they enter the optical bench? Let’s […]
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Ocean Optics spectrometers and accessories are well suited for environmental applications such as open-path air quality monitoring, remote sensing measurement of atmospheric conditions and detection of gaseous particulate matter. Find out more about how spectroscopy is monitoring and protecting our environment.
We are highlighting a wide range of spectroscopy instrumentation and applications of the technology at Photonics West 2017. Explore how spectroscopy can be used to study Illumination of modern digital screens, LEDs and more. Learn more about spectroscopy for monitoring digital displays Join our online spectroscopy newsletter
Ocean Optics visits Ion Labs to discover many places that miniature spectroscopy could benefit their production processes. Ion Labs is a contract manufacturer of dietary supplements, healthcare, skincare and pet products. Learn more about Ion Labs Learn about this and other spectroscopy applications
The basic steps for preparing your sample and performing a dark reference measurement using OceanView Software by Ocean Optics. Both kinds of SERS substrates are used in this video. Surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS) is a surface-sensitive technique that enhances Raman scattering by molecules adsorbed on rough metal surfaces or by nanostructures such as plasmonic-magnetic silica […]
Taking spectroscopy outside the lab has inspired all sorts of new and amazing applications for Ocean Optics miniature spectrometers. This video reflects on spectrometer applications liberated from the lab, focusing on the advent of personal UAVs and their seemingly boundless uses for scientific research. From crop monitoring to volcanic gas studies, the frontier of mobile […]
Cicely Rathmell discusses how Ocean Optics modular spectroscopy systems can be tailored to meet the needs of OEM customization. These custom solutions can then be mass produced. We provide everything the customer needs from individual components to complete solutions and custom software. Find out more about OEM capabilities. Join our Monthly eNews for application notes, […]
Henry Langston discusses new spectroscopy products. Examples include a fluorescence setup for environmental monitoring, NIR spectroscopy for food quality and Raman for pesticide detection. Learn more about our trade show science. Join our monthly eNews for the latest spectroscopy videos, application notes and product news.
Ocean Optics has developed a proprietary new nanosponge substrate technology for surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS). These low-cost, high-performance substrates are ideal for detection of explosives, pesticides and many other chemicals. Learn more about SERS Substrates Join our monthly eNews for the latest spectroscopy videos, application notes and product news
At Ocean Optics, we believe that tomorrow’s scientists start with today’s students. We want to help you, as educators, bring exciting, hands-on experiments to your classroom with modular spectroscopy. Learn more about our educational systems and curricula Join our monthly eNewsWire for new experiments, videos and product news