Biomaterials Research

Biomaterials development with a microspectrophotometer



Film thickness with a microspectrophotometer

Film thickness measurements of materials



Microspectrophotometers are used to analyze biomaterials by imaging and spectroscopy.

Nanotechnology is the control of matter on the atomic or molecular scale.  It has many different applications including research of biomaterials.  Biomaterials are naturally occuring materials or those derived from biological processes. They have unique properties arising from features that occur on the micro or nano-scale.  Examples include silicates in algae and proteins. 

Due to the microscopic scales of the materials to be analyzed, microspectrophotometers are the perfect tool.  Able to analyze micro-scale samples by absorption, reflectance or even fluorescence, these tools are easy-to-use and very accurate.  Their flexibility and accuracy make them very important for analyzing everything from the optical effects of butterfly wings to protein crystals. 

To learn more about microspectroscopy and biomaterial research applications, select one of the following links: 

What is a Microspectrophotometer?

Science of Microspectrophotometers

Microspectrophotometer Design

Uses of Microspectrophotometers

20/30 PV™ Microspectrophotometers

 UV-visible-NIR microscopes, UV-visible-NIR microspectrometers and Raman microspectrometers are general purpose laboratory instruments. They have not been cleared or approved by the European IVD Directive, the United States Food and Drug Administration or any other agency for diagnostic, clinical or other medical use.