Photometry Articles

  • Half a Century of Photometers from Jena – the SPECORD® Celebrates its 50th Anniversary

    In 1963 Carl Zeiss Jena's spectrophotometers SPECORD® and SPEKOL® succeeded the Pulfrich photometer first presented in 1924. Even in those days, the SPECORD® series was known for being "reliable and simultaneous, fast, extremely robust and universal". This year marks the 50th?anniversary of the SPECORD®, one of the most successful analysis ...

    By Analytik Jena AG

  • Encoded photometric infrared spectroscopy

    General Principle The EP-IR system contains the encoder-spectrograph, as well as a real-time embedded micro-processor for signal analysis, data treatment, and Chemometrics (quantitative) analysis in a single small-footprint enclosure. Operation Principle An infrared polychromatic beam is emitted from an external source (e.g. glow bar) onto the sample. Then ...

    By CIC Photonics

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