Diffuse reflectance spectroscopy is a well-established technique for studying the spectral characteristics of opaque solid samples, based on the principle that not only does light reflected from the material come from the surface (specular reflection) but some is reflected internally (diffuse reflectance). Diffuse reflectance spectroscopy is most readily applicable to powders, any sample that scatters radiation can be characterized using this technique.
Diffuse reflectance UV-visible spectroscopy is mostly used in the applied sciences for the analysis of dyestuffs, printing inks, paints and pigments,paper, ceramics, and so on. For color matching/analysis, visible diffuse reflectance spectroscopy is used for denture materials, tiles, cosmetics, and medicinal tablets, to name a few applications.
|Wavelength Range||:||380 to 1100 nm|
|Accuracy||:||± 1 nm|
|Spectral bandwidth||:||2 nm|
|Integrating Sphere Attachment size||:||100 mm|
|Coating||:||Barium Sulphate (BaS04)|
|Angle of incident light||:||0°|
|Wavelength range||:||200 to 1100 nm|
|Maximum size of sample||:||25 mm Dia|
|Active Area||:||5.8 x 5.8 mm|
|Light Source||:||50W Quartz Halogen Lamp|
|PC Interface||:||RS232 - USB|
|Input Voltage||:||230V 50Hz|