Frequently Asked Questions

Absorbance measurement is used to determine the capacity of samples to absorb light at a specific wavelength. It is essential for spectrum analysis of liquids and solids and can also be used for solution concentration detection and material identification.

Spectrometer detection is more straightforward, efficient, and accurate compared to traditional experimental methods for absorbance measurement.

Reflection measurement helps determine the reflectivity, reflection color, and compositions of a sample. It is a fundamental optical property of an object and is crucial for spectroscopic measurements.

The two main types of reflection are specular reflection and diffuse reflection. Most real-world reflections fall somewhere in between these two types.

Transmissivity detection is widely adopted in industries such as medicine, chemical engineering, and glass industries. It measures the amount of light that passes through transparent materials.

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