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.
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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
QualySense has been developing high-end solutions for grain, seed and bean sorting, since 2009. Using a Near-Infrared spectroscopy system from Ocean Optics, the Qualysense Qsorter Explorer inspects grains and other crops. Find more spectroscopy-based solutions on our Applications Blog. Join our monthly eNewsWire.
The Flame-NIR benefits from all the advantages of the Flame product line, including interchangeable slits and low unit to unit variability. Choose Flame-NIR for many applications including moisture measurement, grain and feed quality, measurement of fats and oils and pharmaceutical ingredients blending. Learn more. Join our monthly eNewsWire
From protein fluorescence to DNA absorbance, modular spectroscopy offers a powerful analytical tool for life sciences applications. This video demonstrates how a high-sensitivity spectrometer like the QE Pro is a great option to characterize protein folding. Learn more about life sciences. Join our monthly eNewsWire.
Aquaponics systems combine fish farming with plant cultivation, requiring careful monitoring of system parameters. Discover how spectroscopy and chemical sensing techniques can measure oxygen and pH levels, nutrient concentration and lighting output. Learn more about life sciences. Join our monthly eNewsWire.
Spectroscopy is used to detect specific polymers within a mixed stream of plastic materials, making it simpler and more efficient to sort the materials for recycling. Similar techniques can be applied for real-time quality control. Find out more about materials identification. Join our monthly eNewsWire.
In this video, we simulated an oil spill to demonstrate how oil exhibits LED-induced fluorescence characteristics that are easily measured using modular spectroscopy. Robust systems can be configured to monitor the land, air and sea continuously and remotely. Learn more about our environmental applications. Join our monthly eNewsWire.