Article - 20 Jul 2001
Caesium is the most electropositive and most alkaline element. It is also highly reactive. It is used as an oxygen getter, a gamma-ray emmitter, in teletherapy, as a catalyst for hydrogenation,...
Article - 22 Mar 2017
Laser technology is ubiquitous in the modern world from the optical and atomic clocks that allow satellites to navigate, to the spectrometers used in chemical analysis.
Article - 14 Jun 2012
Robert Bunsen and Gustav Kirchhoff discovered the element Rubidium in 1861 with the help of a spectroscope while analyzing a mineral called lepidolite. Properties and applications of rubidium are...
Article - 5 May 2006
Oil analysis has been shown to be extremely effective in predicting potential machine failures. It is not unrealistic to ask; “Are there benefits to additional tests such as rotrode filter...
Article - 4 Jun 2013
Cesium is silvery gold in appearance, soft and ductile by nature. It is the most alkaline and the most electronegative element. It is in the liquid state at room temperature.
Article - 16 Jul 2013
Present day oil analysis is done by using optical emission spectroscopy (OES) to measure the ppm (parts per million) levels of wear metals, contaminants and additives in oil samples.
Article - 1 Nov 2018
This article discusses the advancements in VSCEL technology with spectroscopy.
Article - 19 Dec 2017
Using optical emission spectroscopy (OES) for measuring the ppm levels of contaminants, wear metals and additives in oil samples.
Article - 10 May 2017
For spectrometers measuring and counting individual events, the precision for measuring the number of events is generally controlled by counting statistics.
Article - 26 Nov 2016
This article discusses the main principles of Lock-in amplifiers and lock-in detection.