Industrial Process

Optical spectroscopic techniques are very sensitive and powerful. They are noninvasive, nondestructive, and can be used in-situ or remotely through fiber optic probes. Presently these techniques are used in a broad range of industrial applications. The list below is just a sampling of current classes of applications and the type of information that can be obtained. The following analytical and instrumental techniques are used in Industrial Processes, please click on the squares for further information.

 

Drying / Hydration

 

 

Emulsions

 

 

Headspace in Vials / Reactors

 

 

High Throughput Screening / Multiwell Assays

 

In-Situ Depth Control of Deposition Processes

 

 

In-Situ Thin Film Monitoring and Control

 

 

PAT

 

 

Plasma Etch Advanced Process Control

 

 

Plasma Etch Depth Control (1-5 µm)

 

 

Plasma Etch Interface Detection

 

 

Plasma Monitoring and Endpoint Detection

 

 

Polymerization / Extrusion

 

Polymorphism

 

 

Raw and Bulk Material Feeds

 

 

Reactor Monitoring

 

Slurries and Suspensions

 

 

Solutions / Reaction Mixes

 

Thin Film Growth or Etch Monitoring

 

 

Vessel Cleaning Effluents