Spectroscopy is the study of interaction between radiation (electromagnetic as well as particle radiation) and matter. Spectrometry is the measurement of these interactions and an instrument that performs such measurements is called a spectrometer or spectrograph. A plot of the interaction is referred to as a spectrogram or informally, a spectrum. It is one of the major tools for analysis of trace metallic elements in industrial and environmental laboratories. Our products in this section review both the modern and classical quantitative methods of spectroscopy.
Spectrometer-Goniometer is a versatile instrument for studying the spectrum of different light sources as well as for characterization of components like prisms and gratings.
The apparatus uses CCD imaging instead of photographic silver halide films. It has become difficult to carry out silver halide film based spectroscopic experiments in class rooms due to ...
The apparatus uses linear spectroscopic CCD imaging sensor for precision spectroscopy. CCD imaging of the spectrum is a timely solution. Data acquisition is easy and fast.
Optical spectra of atoms can be observed both in absorption and emission. When we transfer energy to the atoms of certain gases, they emit a characteristic spectrum consisting of lines.
Holmarc's Zeeman Effect Apparatus is designed for the determination of e/m ratio, which requires knowledge in optics, mechanics, electromagnetism, modern physics and computer operations.
Laser Raman Spectrometer (Model no: HO-ED-S-06) is primarily meant for post graduate courses in Physics and Engineering. It can be used as a laboratory analyzing tool as well.
Holmarc's CCD Based Laser Raman Spectrometer apparatus (Model No: HO-ED-S-06A) is an apparatus designed for recording Raman spectra of both solids and liquid samples.