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Spectroscopy Applications

Diagram of the analysis

Fluorescence spectroscopy, Raman microscopy and particle size distribution analysis are used to characterise sunscreens.


Photo of agar plates

This application note presents how and if NIR spectroscopy can be used to identify optimal and sub-optimal lots of powdered gelatine agar.


Plot of identified SWCNT structures from the excitation emission matrix

Single-wall carbon nanotubes (SWCNTs) have unique electrical, thermal, mechanical and optical properties which make them attractive for a wide variety of applications; ranging from drug delivery to battery electrodes. SWCNTs can be envisaged as a graphene layer that has been rolled up into a cylinder with different tube structures possible depending on how the graphene layer is rolled. The tube diameter and chirality (orientation of the graphene lattice with respect to the tube axis) are defined by the roll-up vector.


Photo of the Thermo Scientific™ ARL™ QUANT’X

EDXRF instrumentation is ideal for determining concentrations of multiple elements on air filters in compliance with US EPA requirements.


Graph showing course of reaction

The thermal reaction of IPA on CeO2 catalysts has been investigated over a range of temperatures using the Selector™ Environmental Chamber accessory.


Diagram of the process

This application note shows how to characterise protein therapeutic formulations for aggregation behaviour in a matter of seconds with A-TEEM spectroscopy.


Photo of PERFORM’X series spectrometer

Analysis of heavy metals and toxic elements as traces in aqueous solutions demands high sensitivity and accuracy of measurement.


Diagram of the process

Raman and photoluminescence spectral imaging are applied to reveal otherwise invisible spatial variation in chemical/crystal structure.


Graph of area of ethanol band vs ethanol %

This application note details how Raman spectroscopy can offer quantitative and qualitative analysis of whisky samples.


Diagram of the reaction between a molecular beacon and cDNA

Nanomolar concentrations of complementary DNA are quantified using a molecular beacon with a spectrofluorometer.


Photo of the spectrometer

This application note discusses the advantages of this WDXRF spectrometer for quantification of nickel ores.


Photo of the ARL 9900 WDXRF spectrometer with XRD capability

This note describes total oxide X-ray analysis with Thermo Scientific ARL 9900 IntelliPower Series simultaneous/sequential X-ray fluorescence spectrometers.


Diagram of the process

Fluorescence and absorbance spectroscopy can measure true molecular fingerprints, correcting for IFE in real-time.


Diagram of monitoring cell culture media

A-TEEM fluorescence spectroscopy is used to characterise cell media and the effect that storage conditions have on their compositions.


The analysis of elemental content is critical to ensuring the quality and safety of drinking water. Regulations such as Directive (EU) 2020/2184 and ISO 17294 provides guidelines for using ICP-MS for water analysis, aiming to protect human health from the adverse effects of its contamination.


Photo of XRF spectrometer

This Application Note demonstrates the analysis of chlorine (Cl) in oil according to ASTM D4929 except that a rhodium anode tube has been used.


This note presents a reinvestigation and revaluation of the quantum yield of 2AMP in 1 M H2SO4 using quinine bisulphate in 1 M H2SO4 as the reference standard with a modern spectrofluorometer.


Detailed analysis of the temperature-induced changes in the spectra can be used to obtain insights into the phase behaviour of mixtures such as the soaps described in this application.


This note looks at design options to optimise sensitivity, size and wavelength and how they can stretch the limits of applied Raman spectroscopy.