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Palm-Held SWIR Spectrometer For Identification And Classification Of Materials
Today, Recycling issues surrounding environmental sustainability has gained world-wide importance. As developing countries refuse to take in waste, more plastics and other recyclable materials are ending up in landfills, incinerators, or simply littering the environment. The rising costs to haul away recyclable materials increasingly render the practice unprofitable, as well it is aggravating the burden on local department.
The Ultimate Snapshot Imager For VIS/NIR/SWIR: GoldenEye™ Brochure
BaySpec offers the GoldenEye™ camera as the only snapshot hyperspectral imager covering VIS/NIR/SWIR (400 – 1000 nm) wavelengths. With FT-PI proprietary technology, this high sensitivity imager is ideal for low light level applications.
World’s Smartest Palm Spectrometer: Breeze™ Series Brochure
BaySpec introduces BreezeTM the world’s smartest palm spectrometer for 400-2500nm with a simple one button operation. Featuring proprietary miniaturized optics, BreezeTM is highly efficient for maximum sensitivity with ultrafast acquisition.
Aerial Hyperspectral Imaging: OCI Hyperspectral Imagers
BaySpec’s OCI-UAV hyperspectral imagers are designed for use on small UAVs to monitor the details of spatial, temporal, and spectral representation of ground objects. This app note discusses benefits of these imagers offer and delivers example images for multiple topography analysis.
Using 1064 nm Dispersive Raman For Ink And Paint Classification
Raman spectroscopy is a non-invasive, highly sensitive technology that quantitatively probes and analyzes chemical compositions and structures without the need for sample preparation. In the past, this technology was not useful for forensics because most "real-world" samples have a vivid color, which can be a background emission (fluorescence) that could overwhelm Raman signals in all visible wavelengths. This issue is now resolved by BaySpec’s line of 1064 nm excitation dispersive Raman systems that offer maximum reduction in fluorescence interference.
Characterization And Transformation Monitoring Of Polymorphs Of D-Mannitol With Raman Spectroscopy
Raman Spectroscopy is an ideal analysis technique for the analysis of these polymorphs with its vibrational spectroscopy, no need for sample preparation, and its non-destructive approach.
Using A Multi-Wavelength Confocal Raman Microscope For Non-destructive Pharmaceutical Ingredient Analysis
Characterization of the active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) and its distribution and physical properties in commercial medicine is necessary in drug research and development. Raman spectroscopy is gaining popularity as nondestructive, non-invasive, fast spectrum acquisition, and high reproducibility.
Polymorph And Ingredient Analysis With High-Resolution 1064 nm Dispersive Raman Spectroscopy
Polymorphism is crucial in the pharmaceutical industry because different polymorphs have different physical and chemical properties, such as chemical reactivity, solubility, stability, dissolution rate, and excipient compatibility in the formulation of medicines. Due to its importance, the screening of polymorph becomes necessary for drug research and development. In this application note, 1064 nm dispersive Raman is demonstrated as a viable, nondestructive method to identify polymorph and enable further component analysis on pharmaceutical tablets.
Explosives Identification With 1064 nm Dispersive Raman Spectroscopy
While traditional near-infrared Raman systems at 785 nm may allow automated, non-contact identification of several explosive substances, they are still prone to interfering fluorescence. The 1064 nm dispersive Raman system offers reduced interference and higher prediction accuracy, while preserving the rugged, field-proven architecture of conventional near-infrared Raman systems. This application note presents a study of explosive materials and subsidiary compounds analyzed using BaySpec’s 785 nm and 1064 nm dispersive Raman systems.
In Situ Raman Spectroscopic Measurements Of Metal Oxides Under High Temperature
Transition metal oxides are compounds composed of oxygen bound to transition metals used in various applications such as heterogeneous catalysts. To study the mechanism of the catalytic process as well as monitor and optimize the reaction conditions, multiple analytical methods such as XAS, NMR, and Raman spectroscopy have been investigated. Raman spectroscopy has been widely utilized in in-situ catalytic process monitoring with metal oxides, even achieved multi-technique characterization by combining with other instrumentations.
Graphene Analysis By Nomadic™ Raman Microscope
The BaySpec Nomadic™, a large-format Raman microscope, is an ideal tool for automatic wafer inspection, characterization, and Raman chemical imaging on large samples with a spatial resolution up to 1 µm, and it can accommodate large samples with a size up to 12 inches. In this application note, Raman spectroscopy used as a solution to identify and characterize graphine, with a direct analysis on its structural information.
Introduction To Portable Multi-Platform Raman System For Fuel Analysis
This application note introduces BaySpec’s transportable Agility product line featuring dispersive multi-wavelength Raman spectroscopy technology. Now liquid fuels’ measurements and analysis are simple tasks done in a few seconds, without sample contact or preparation.
Non-Destructive Red Wine Measurement With Dispersive 1064 nm Raman Spectroscopy
Despite advances, it remains a struggle to extract useful Raman spectra from fluorescent and luminescent samples. This app note discusses a non-destructive red wine measurement with dispersive 1064 nm Raman spectroscopy to determine its composition and contamination levels.
Using 1064 nm Dispersive Raman Systems For Analysis Of Petroleum Products
Raman spectroscopy is a non-invasive, highly sensitive technology that quantitatively probes and analyzes chemical compositions and structures without the need for sample preparation. In the past, this technology was not useful for petroleum and petroleum-based products due to their high levels of high level of photoluminescence that can overwhelm Raman signals in all visible wavelengths. This issue is now resolved by BaySpec’s line of 1064 nm excitation dispersive Raman systems that offer maximum reduction in fluorescence interference.
Using 1064 nm Dispersive Raman Systems In Biofuel And Plant Research
In the past, raman spectroscopy was not useful for plant-based samples due to their high levels of photosynthetic pigments as the fluorescent backgrounds can overwhelm Raman signals in all visible wavelengths. This issue is resolved by BaySpec’s line of 1064 nm excitation dispersive Raman systems.
How To Make A Tissue Raman Measurement At 1064 nm
The combination of improved Raman technology and the technique’s molecular sensitivity have led to a rise in Raman usage for a variety of applications including pharmaceutical, biomedical, industrial, and forensics. There remains, however, a struggle to extract useful Raman spectra from fluorescent and luminescent samples. For those users who require longer wavelengths such as 1064 nm, the only available option has been FT-Raman. Now, BaySpec’s new dispersive 1064 nm Raman spectrometers offer users a turn-key solution that combines the speed, sensitivity, and rugged design of traditional dispersive Raman instruments with the fluorescence avoidance of traditional FT-Raman instruments.
To Stay Ahead In Spectroscopy, Watch New Technologies
People working in spectroscopy must keep up with other technologies that will affect their own practice.
Palmheld Spectroscopy Becomes A Powerful Tool For The Food Industry
All aspects of the food industry may find a need to evaluate products in a field or factory. Palmheld spectroscopy provides powerful analysis without the need for expert users.
Handheld Chemical Analysis Enhances Many Industry Uses
Handheld full-solution spectrometers can address mobile analysis needs in many industry applications better than other technologies currently more widely used.
New Hyperspectral Imaging Technology Can Increase Food Industry Efficiency
Hyperspectral imaging can offer great benefits to the agricultural industry in fields and processing plants. New technology has made equipment lighter, easier to use, and less expensive.
What Wavelength Range Should You Use?
At Photonics West 2017, Greg Staples focused on selecting different wavelengths for specific applications. Watch the video for wavelength selection guidance for precision agriculture, food sorting, mining, pharmaceutical quality control, and more.
An Intro To Advanced Hyperspectral Imaging
Hyperspectral imaging technology has advanced significantly in the last 50 years, and Greg Staples with Bayspec talked with us for a few minutes at the 2016 SPIE DCS exhibition about how it has changed.