The Ocean FX miniature spectrometer from Ocean Optics offers high-sensitivity CMOS detector performance, acquisition speeds of up to 3,000 scans per second, and on board spectral buffering
Whether it’s to check the quality of a bottle of wine, determine whether an organic apple is really pesticide-free, or even self-diagnose a rash at home, consumer spectrometers could give the general public a range of new capabilities, as well as open up a huge market for spectroscopy.
The winner of Ocean Optics’ 2017 Young Investigator Award has been announced at SPIE BIOS/Photonics West this week in San Francisco
The Ocean Optics Diffuse Reflectance Probe (DR-Probe) measures 45° diffuse reflectance, enhancing UV-Vis and NIR spectroscopy results
At its booth, Ocean Optics will exhibit its Flame-Chem spectrophotometers
Ocean Optics is the inventor of the world’s first miniature spectrometer and a global leader in photonics for research, life sciences, quality assurance, education and OEM applications.
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This Application Note, from Ocean Optics, explores how absorbance spectroscopy and chemometric analysis are used for authentication and quality assurance in the production of alcoholic drinks.
Ocean Optics' new Flame-CHEM spectrophotometer systems combine a high performance, compact Flame UV-Vis (200-850 nm) or Vis-NIR (350-1,000 nm) spectrometer, with an all-in-one direct-attach light source and cuvette holder, into a single affordable package
Ocean Optics has introduced a new substrate for Raman spectroscopy applications. The new RAM-SERS-SP Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy substrates use a proprietary gold-silver nanosponge alloy to produce highly sensitive, trace-level Raman spectroscopy
Ocean Optics has expanded its Flame spectrometer family. Flame-NIR delivers powerful near infrared spectroscopy in a compact, affordable instrument