The nanospectrometer measures the spectra of microscopic samples and sampling areas with nanometer spectral resolution.
The nanospectrometer, also called a microsepctrophotometer, is designed to measure UV-visible-NIR spectra of microscopic samples or microscopic areas of larger objects. There are two basic types: the fully integrated microspectrophotometer (as shown) that has been built and optimized for microspectroscopy and the spectrophotometer unit designed to attach to an open photoport of an optical microscope. Depending upon the configuration, both are capable of measuring the spectra of microscopic samples by transmission, absorbance, reflectance, fluorescence, emission and polarization microspectroscopy. With special software, both are capable of thin film thickness measurements and colorimetry as well.
A CRAIC Technologies™ nanospectrometer is a purpose-built system that allows you to analyze UV-visible-NIR range microspectra™ non-destructively and with no sample contact. Capable of analyzing even sub-micron areas, they are also capable of high resolution digital imaging. Designed for ease-of-use, they are durable instruments designed for microscale spectroscopy.
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