Plastic Optics Spectroscopy
Optical spectroscopy is the measurement of the interaction of light with various materials. By analyzing the amount of light absorbed or emitted by a sample, we can determine what it’s made of and how much of it there is.
Optical spectroscopy studies the absorption and emission of light by matter. Originally the studies were related to the wavelength dependences of these processes, but as new methods and research directions were developed, the scope of the technology has enlarged.
Optical spectroscopy is a tissue-sensing technique that can enhance cancer diagnosis and treatment. It illuminates the tissue with a selected light spectrum. Different tissue types can be distinguished from each other based on specific changes in the reflected light spectrum that result from differences on a molecular level between compared tissues. It is an important optical tool for cancer diagnosis and treatment monitoring.
Syntec Optics designs develop and manufacture precision optical components for various applications and types of spectroscopy, such as IR spectroscopy, Raman spectroscopy, mass spectroscopy, UV spectroscopy, etc.