Spectrometers

In physics, the spectrometer is an instrument for measuring the spectrum. Generally, a spectrum is a graph that shows identity as a function of wavelength, frequency, energy, momentum, or mass. It is extremely important that when measuring, it is done in 4π geometry, for the reliability of the results.

According to the purpose, they can be stationary and portable, and as such can be used in various applications. The most common applications in which they are used are radio-ecological monitoring of the environment, monitoring of radioactivity during decontamination, monitoring within the nuclear industry, nuclear medicine, dosimetric research of soil and facilities, radioactive mapping, monitoring of construction materials and products with natural radionuclides and many others. .

These instruments can be used directly for the purposes of monitoring radiation in water, agricultural products, seafood, raw materials and other materials, without prior sampling and sample preparation.

Kvark doo, as the official distributor and representative of world manufacturers of this type of equipment, and from its rich offer, singles out the models that you can see below.

Baltic scientific instruments

Baltic scientific instruments

Baltic scientific instruments

Baltic scientific instruments

Baltic scientific instruments

Baltic scientific instruments

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