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    Justin Zhu

    Does SCIO use Roman spectroscopy? If not, can we user SCIO to analyze the components of a unknown mixture, and the concentration of each component?

    Justin Zhu

    A unknown mixture means that we do not have the same or similar spectrums of it before.


    SCiO uses NIR spectroscopy.

    It can analyze concentration of components of a homogeneous mixture as long as the corresponding model was developed and exists in the database. Obviously not all concentration levels can be scanned as part of the model creation process, but a wide enough range of concentration levels across components has to be scanned in order to enable our algorithms to create an effective model.

    Hope that answers your question.

    JP Woods

    It is using NIR(near infrared) not Raman spectroscopy.

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