Time-resolved optical spectrometers with data analysis software have become an important part of modern research facilities. Photoscience is a cutting-edge way to make amazing discoveries.

How Optical Spectrometers Are Used

Research requires an in-depth look at various elements along with the ability to understand what is being seen. An optical spectrometer makes this possible.

Areas of Research

Optical spectrometers are used in various aspects of research in photoscience, including materials science, photophysics, solar energy conversion and storage, photochemistry, and photobiology.

Examples of Research

Consider just a few of the impressive examples of research done with optical spectrometers including electron and energy transfer, electronic state deactivation, and vibrational energy redistribution.

Solid samples can also be studied using optical spectrometers. It is easy to see why they are becoming an integral part of many research facilities.