SPECTROMETERS: Master the microspectrometer specification game

When specifying a microspectrometer, the most important factors to consider for a given application include optical resolution, slit size, sensitivity, signal to noise, and grating.

Nov 1st, 2008
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When specifying a microspectrometer, the most important factors to consider for a given application include optical resolution, slit size, sensitivity, signal to noise, and grating. Suppliers should be able to confirm your assumptions and make productive, cost-effective recommendations to help determine the best configuration of your microspectrometer for your application. GREG NEECE of Avantes North America.
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