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In-Line Process Optimization with Spectroscopy

Posted on: April 23rd, 2024

Introduction Traditional manufacturing is undergoing a significant transformation due to rapid technological advancements. Modern data science is driving the emergence of ‘smart manufacturing, fundamentally changing how processes are developed, monitored,…

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Chemical Identification of Resin with Raman Spectroscopy

Posted on: February 27th, 2024

Summary Raman spectroscopy is a highly valuable and widely utilized technique for real time chemical identification measurement in various molecules and materials. Its non-destructive, rapid, and precise results have made it indispensable…

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Optimal Spectroscopy Configurations for DOAS

Posted on: January 25th, 2024

The environmental impact of carbon emissions from fossil fuels, the most widely recognized and well-known air pollutant, is undeniable. However, CO2 is far from the only pollutant contributing to poor…

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Measure Moisture Content in Granules with NIR Spectroscopy

Posted on: September 28th, 2023

Near-infrared (NIR) spectroscopy is a highly valuable and widely utilized technique for real-time moisture content measurement in various substances. Its non-destructive, rapid, and precise results have made it indispensable across…

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Enhancing Microfluidic Measurements with Spectroscopy

Posted on: July 21st, 2023

Microfluidics has had a significant impact on various scientific and engineering fields, particularly in the realm of biological and biochemical sensing technology. Microfluidic systems, defined as devices where liquid flows…

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Optical Emission Spectroscopy for Plasma Systems

Posted on: February 27th, 2023

Optical emission spectroscopy is a powerful tool for monitoring plasmas in situ, enabling process optimization and control. It is used to measure the energy difference between excited and ground states…

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Raman vs Infrared Spectroscopy Measurement of Octasulfur

Posted on: January 27th, 2023

Infrared and Raman are both categorized as vibrational spectroscopies, which broadly speaking, measure the same basic material properties. Namely, they provide a molecular fingerprint by determining the vibrational energy levels…

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