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Holospec Multitrack Imaging Spectrograph

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The Holospec multitrack imaging spectrograph by Andor Technology is suitable for various applications including weak nanostructure photoluminescence; micro-Raman mapping, including tip-enhanced Raman spectroscopy; spectrally assisted microfluidics; real-time medical diagnosis; standoff chemical detection; and online process control.

Based on a high-density volume phase holographic grating, the device offers up to seven times better collection power than a traditional ?-m Czerny-Turner spectrograph, the company says, enabling better low-light detection capability when combined with proprietary detectors. The spectrograph’s compact size renders it suitable for both field and laboratory use.

Feb 2014

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