October 2011

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High-spectral resolution using a laser The ProCeas product line from ap2e relies on optical-feedback, cavity-enhanced absorption spectroscopy (OFCEAS) technology developed and patented by the Uni..

High-spectral resolution using a laser   The ProCeas product line from ap2e relies on optical-feedback, cavity-enhanced absorption spectroscopy (OFCEAS) technology developed and patented by the Université Joseph Fourier of Grenoble, France. The technology uses a laser as a source of light to probe a sample. The laser can be tuned to cover a spectral region for identifying and quantifying a sample’s contents. OFCEAS relies on a continuous laser (not a pulsed laser), improving wavelength accuracy and reproducibility for increased measurement reliability. Proprietary controlled laser feedback technology yields extremely narrow emission rays of light at specific wavelen

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