Posts Tagged ‘Absorbance’
Posted on: October 25th, 2019
This month’s spectra celebrates the Halloween season as we measure spectra results obtained from BLOOD! Background/Applications: Absorption spectroscopy is used across a wide range of industries and is an effective form of scientific analysis in many fields of research. This includes the medical field for studying blood. For example, absorbance spectroscopy has been used to…
Posted on: May 21st, 2019
For the featured spectra of the month, the Avantes team ran a series of experiments for a local Louisville, Colorado producer of hemp and CBD oils and extracts and developed a simple chemometric model for CBD concentration in the process using Panorama © Software from LabCognition.
Posted on: March 29th, 2019
This month’s spectra feature compares the spectra of tap water at the Avantes, Inc. offices in Louisville, Colorado to spectra of a water sample drawn from a tributary of Coal Creek. The stream water predictably evidenced higher absorption and lower transmission values due to particulate matter and potential contaminants. System Configuration An absorption setup was…