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Spectroscopy Workstations

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Spectroscopy WorkstationsTwo deep-UV spectroscopy workstations from McPherson Inc. are designed to facilitate teaching and experimentation in vacuum and ultraviolet physics.

The diagnostic workstation equips the spectrometer with a sensitive CCD detector. Users can measure spectral emission of laser interaction, high harmonic generation, plasma formation, luminescence, fluorescence, and more. The analytical workstation comes with a tunable, deep-UV light source, rather than the CCD detector, and is equipped to explore Einstein’s photoelectric effect. The configuration can also measure transmission, photocathode response, and reflection.

Key features of the two workstations include a versatile and easy-to-use spectrometer, filters, open concept high-vacuum sample chamber with built-in optical breadboard, and vacuum pumping system. Systems may also have a deep-UV light source and/or sensitive CCD detector.

Mar/Apr 2020

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