Congratulations to Bill Hughes and his students at Park Forest Middle School for being our Runner-Up in the 2011 Video Contest. Bill and his students show how they need Ocean Optics equipment to help them perform Beer’s Law measurements. If only they had an Ocean Optics spectrom
In part four of this lecture, we discuss the limitations and sources of error when using optical sensors for pH measurement. For more information on optical pH sensors from Ocean Optics visit www.oceanopticssensors.com
In part three of this lecture, we discuss the limitations and sources of error when using optical sensors for pH measurement. For more information on optical pH sensors from Ocean Optics visit www.oceanopticssensors.com
In part one of this lecture, Derek Guenther introduces the science of pH measurement and discusses various pH sensing technologies. Additional parts of this lecture discuss optical pH sensors, pros and cons, and various form factors including Smart Cuvettes and pH probes. For more in
NASA’s L’CROSS Lunar Mission included an Ocean Optics QE65000 Spectrometer, named ALICE. Using Ocean Optics Sensing Technology, NASA discovered frozen water on the surface of the Moon! To learn more about Ocean Optics and this incredible mission of discovery, visit www.oc
In this presentation, we introduce you to Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy and the newest Ocean Optics systems and software for LIBS. Through our partnership with Photon Machines, the new Insight System from Ocean Optics is the most robust LIBS platform we’ve ever produced.
In this short video, we show you what it use to take to factory calibrate your spectrometer. Then, we compare that to the new Flash Calibration System, which simplifies the process to a single click! For more information on Ocean Optics spectrometers, visit our website at www.oceanop
In this video we show you the basic steps for setting up the SpecEl Ellipsometer System from Ocean Optics. Using a step wafer, learn how to perform a basic measurement using the SpecEl and Scout Software. For more information, visit www.oceanoptics.com