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Ultraviolet Spectrometers

Ultraviolet spectrometers are spectrophotometers designed for use in the 200- to 380-nm range of the electromagnetic spectrum and equipped with a calibrated scale to determine wavelength are known as ultraviolet spectrometers.







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Countries
27
United States:
6
Germany:
4
Canada:
3
United Kingdom:
1
Singapore:
OTHER: 2
US States
6
Massachusetts:
4
California:
3
New Jersey:
3
Florida:
2
Texas:
OTHER: 25
Capabilities
25
Stock Manufacturers:
13
Custom Manufacturers:
9
Suppliers/Distributors:
2
Designers:
Average Number of Employees: 355


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Glossary
  • ultraviolet That invisible region of the spectrum just beyond the violet end of the visible region. Wavelengths range from 1 to 400 nm.
  • ultraviolet spectrometer A spectrophotometer designed for use in the 200- to 380-nm range of the electromagnetic spectrum and equipped with a calibrated scale to determine wavelength.
  • spectrometer A kind of spectrograph in which some form of detector, other than a photographic film, is used to measure the distribution of radiation in a particular wavelength region.  
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