Differential Optic Absorption Spectrometry: A Great Air Monitoring Solution

Differential Optic Absorption Spectrometry is a method of detecting various pollutants and trace gases in the air. It's based on the principle that the absorption of light changes with the amount of gas and other molecules in its path. The technology has a very wide range of applications, from scientific research to workplace safety. A DOAS system in a factory or laboratory working with potentially hazardous chemicals can help you keep track of the concentration of gases in different areas and make sure you and your workers are not exposed to dangerous conditions. In addition, DOAS monitoring has been invaluable for investigations into greenhouse gases and the composition of the lower atmosphere.

There are a multitude of different instruments based on Differential Optic Absorption Spectrometry, all designed with different applications in mind. Systems may be calibrated to specific spectral ranges, or with different light throughputs. Before you choose an instrument, make sure you know exactly what you need it for and what specifications you need to maximize the efficiency of your system.

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