The Microspectrometer is used to MEASURE the spectra of microscopic samples. Microspectroscopy can be done by transmittance, absorbance, reflectance, luminescence or fluorescence from the deep ultraviolet through to the near infrared. With specialized software, thin film thickness, colorimetry and other phenomena may also be ANALYZED by microspectroscopy.

What is a microspectrometer?

Science of microspectroscopy

Microspectrometer Design

Uses of Microspectrometers

Microspectra 121™ Microspectrometers

A CRAIC Technologies™ microspectrometer is a purpose-built, integrated system that allows you to measure UV-visible-NIR range microspectra non-destructively and with little or no sample preparation. You can use them to measure the UV-visible-NIR range transmittance, absorbance, reflectance, polarization and fluorescence of sample areas smaller than a micron. They are also capable of non-destructive and non-contact colorimetry and thin film thickness measurement. In addition to microspectroscopy, they are also capable of digital imaging and some can even be equipped to perform UV or NIR microscopy.

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