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Synonyms for spectrometer

spectroscope for obtaining a mass spectrum by deflecting ions into a thin slit and measuring the ion current with an electrometer

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Portable benchtop NMR spectrometers, with a range from 40 to 80 MHz, while lower in resolution and sensitivity than the larger stationary spectrometers, are more accessible and therefore best suited for select NMR applications, such as academic teaching and industrial QA/Q.
The gas chromatograph/mass spectrometer (GCMS) will measure the composition of the atmosphere in two ways.
The integration of these functions greatly simplifies moving among the different inelastic spectrometers. Moreover the software is designed so that users can easily add other instruments or more advanced analysis functions.
Its focus on its primary sytem and its integration with all major mass spectrometers may prove to be a much sounder investment.
Due to the expense of early spectrometers, large steel plants and primary aluminum smelters were the only metal producers that could afford the first models.
The subject of procurement are spectrometers: Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometer (ICP-MS); Energy Dispersion X-ray Spectrometer (EDXRF); Raman spectrometer / microscope (785 and 532 nm lasers); UV / VIS Spectrophotometer; High Resolution Spectrophotometer and Coupled NanoUHPLC-MS / MS System, Procured under the Grant Agreement for Funded Projects in the Financial Period 2014-2020, KK., named CIuK - Center excellence in chemistry.
Ocean Optics has released a new line of spectrometer wavelength calibration sources for convenient, reliable spectrometer calibration.
[UKPRwire, Fri Apr 26 2019] The research report covers the global nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectrometer market value for a period ranging during 2012 to 2025.
Chrien, "Design of pushbroom imaging spectrometers for optimum recovery of spectroscopic and spatial information," Applied Optics, vol.
The WSU research team created an eight channel smartphone spectrometer that can detect human interleukin-6 (IL-6), a known biomarker for lung, prostate, liver, breast and epithelial cancers.
Unique to Tornado, HyperFlux Raman spectrometers overcome the trade-off between light throughput and spectral resolution using the proprietary HTVS[TM] (High Throughput Virtual Slit) beam reformatting technology that eliminates the need for a slit to achieve high resolution.
Not surprisingly, there has been a large surge in interest for handheld and portable molecular spectrometers for consumers, food suppliers, pharmaceutical companies, and the military, with a vast range of applications.
Spectrometers are the main analytical tool used by lab researchers to identify materials.
Ocean Optics has developed a prototype application that works with the company's line of miniature, modular spectrometers, which are used for optical sensing to monitor a range of parameters from solar irradiance to color.
Also, the presence of these sources, their dimension as well as the need to get them supplied from network, turn the spectrometers of spectral analysis of emission into fixed laboratory instruments (Agresti, 2009), excepting stylometers which are portable spark-arc spectrometers, instruments that require however current supply from a relatively high electric source to produce the spark or electric arc.