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Monochromators

A monochromator is an optical instrument used to isolate and select a narrow range of wavelengths from a broader spectrum of light. The term monochromator is derived from "monochromatic," meaning consisting of a single color or wavelength. Monochromators are essential tools in spectroscopy, allowing researchers to analyze the spectral characteristics of light sources or materials. Learn more about monochromators →

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AdSem Inc. - Mountain View, CA
Asahi Spectra USA Inc. - Torrance, CA
Bentham Instruments Ltd. - Reading, United Kingdom
Bestec GmbH - Berlin, Germany
Cairn Research Ltd. - Faversham, United Kingdom
GMP SA - Renens, Switzerland
HORIBA UK Ltd. - Northampton, United Kingdom
IL Photonics - Beit Shemesh, Israel
Kohzu Precision Co. Ltd. - Kawasaki, Japan
McPHERSON - Chelmsford, MA
Mountain Photonics GmbH - Landsberg am Lech, Germany
Newport Spectra-Physics GmbH, Photonics Solutions Div. - Darmstadt, Germany
Optosolar GmbH - Merdingen, Germany
Quantum Design AG - Marly, Switzerland
Quantum Design UK and Ireland Ltd. - Leatherhead, United Kingdom
Resonance Ltd. - Barrie, Canada
Sciencetech Inc. - London, Canada
Solar Laser Systems - Minsk, Belarus
Spectral Products - Putnam, CT
Teledyne Princeton Instruments - Trenton, NJ
Verity Instruments Inc. - Carrollton, TX
Glossary
  • monochromator A monochromator is an optical instrument used to isolate and select a narrow range of wavelengths from a broader spectrum of light. The term monochromator is derived from "monochromatic," meaning consisting of a single color or wavelength....
  • monochromatic Composed of one color; having only one wavelength of radiation.
  • spectrum See optical spectrum; visible spectrum.
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