Precision Control Over Your Spectrometer

– a Necessity for Your LIBS Instrument

Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS) is an extremely versatile spectroscopic technique which can be used to analyze the atomic composition of virtually any material. In a LIBS system, a short laser pulse is used to ablate material from the surface of a sample. The laser pulse energy will be high enough to create bright plasma on the surface of the sample.

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Don’t Waste Photons in Your Raman System!

 

In this post, we are focusing on your Raman system, by looking further into Raman spectroscopy, which is a molecular spectroscopic technique providing information about molecular vibrations that can be used for sample identification and quantitation.

Raman spectroscopy has some very unique advantages and is used in many different fields where a non-destructive, microscopic, chemical analysis and imaging is required. This is especially ideal for the pharmaceutical industry where this technique is used for incoming raw material inspection as well as ...

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Focus on UV detectors for HPLC

 

Detectors for HPLC is the focus of this post, where we will get around HPLC and our FREEDOM UV-VIS spectrometer, which is a suitable UV detector for HPLC.

We often hear that instrument manufacturers are constantly faced with the challenge to develop new instruments that offer the end-user:

 

At Ibsen we believe that we can help solve some of these issues – if not all of them, with detectors for HPLC, e.g our FREEDOM UV-VIS. But first, what is HPLC?

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Developing high resolution OCT systems to diagnose glaucoma

 

Ibsen Photonics is participating in a newly started EU Horizon 2020 project, GALAHAD, aimed at developing high resolution OCT for glaucoma diagnosis. GALAHAD stands for Glaucoma-Advanced, Label-Free High Resolution Automated OCT Diagnosis, and the project was initiated in December 2016.

Glaucoma is a complicated disease in which damage to the eye’s optic nerve leads to progressive, irreversible vision loss. It is the second largest cause of blindness. It is not possible to cure glaucoma or restore lost vision, but disease progress ...

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