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Plastic Sorting Using Mid-IR Linear Detector Array

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Friday, May 29, 2020
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This paper explains how to use MID-IR linear detector array in sorting area. High performance optical sorting systems are the main application of multielement detectors.

The detector line scans elements moving on the tape and allows their specific chemical composition to be identified. Optical sorting can be used in the mining, food, chemical and pharmacological industries.

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