Process Spectroscopy
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UV-VIS optical spectroscopy in particular offers established and well-proven methods for fast ingredient, color, or layer thickness measurements.
NIR spectroscopy is a non-contact measuring technique by which information on the material can be directly obtained from any process based on organic material.
Raman spectroscopy is particularly suitable for measurements in aqueous solutions, as water itself does not show any predominant component in the spectrum.

Laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) is a specific method for the analysis of elements that are not directly accessible by other spectroscopic techniques.

The ultrasonic levitator is ideally suited for a large number of material science experiments in which small samples or sample quantities have to be positioned precisely.