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In this video, we demonstrate Ocean Optics absorbance spectroscopy options for spectral analysis of heme proteins, which are used to determine various blood parameters. Spectral systems can be configured for field diagnostics, surgical settings and point of care testing.

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In this new 20-page catalog, Ocean Optics describes how modular spectroscopy is thwarting counterfeiters via sophisticated identification and authentication techniques. Topics covered include food security, fuel authentication, explosives detection and document security.

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Learn how the Schematic View of OceanView software diagrams each step of your experiment. This month: delta E color difference.

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Nearly half of all U.S. contact lens wearers will top off existing lens solution or use it past its expiration date, risking eye irritation and infection. In this application note, we examine how pH levels of lens solution change over time and fall below healthy levels.

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Reliable, real-time analysis of plasma characteristics ensures the quality of metallic bonds and layers in welding and cladding processes. Learn how modular optical emission spectroscopy can be used to monitor metallic bonding during laser metal deposition.

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Researcher Stephanie Tucker discusses her family's influence on her career, why lipids matter and the joy of a good science puzzle.

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SciX 2015 Preview

Take a sneak peek at our newest Raman, UV-Vis and NIR spectroscopy products at SciX 2015, Sept. 27-Oct. 2 in Providence, RI.

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Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy (SERS) is a rapid, field-portable alternative to chromatography for detecting harmful contaminants in food. Here, we test the use of SERS as a direct and quantitative detection method for toxic melamine in infant formula.

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Ocean Optics fluorescence-based oxygen sensor systems detect the partial pressure of O2 in the environment. In this tech tip, we discuss how rules governing the behavior of liquids and gases in variable environments relate to how dissolved oxygen units are reported.

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SciX
Providence, RI USA
Sept. 28 - 30, 2015

Semicon Europa 2015
Dresden, Germany
October 6 - 8, 2015

Labvolution 2015
Hannover, Germany
October 6 - 8, 2015

 


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