Peak Spectrometry: State-of-the-art technology for spectral analysis. Spectrometers are instruments used in the analysis and characterisation of materials. They provide information about their physical, chemical and optical properties by analysing absorption, emission or scattering spectra of electromagnetic radiation.
Commonly used spectrometers include spectrophotometers, which measure the absorption or transmission of light through a sample and provide information about the chemical composition and concentration of the substances in the sample. They can be portable or desktop, depending on specific needs and applications. Preconfigured spectrophotometers are plug-and-play equipment, ready to use without the need for manual settings and complicated calibrations.
Raman spectrometers are used for molecular analysis, providing information about the structure and molecular composition of the samples analysed by molecular excitation with infrared wavelength lasers.