Ocean Optics

Ocean Optics is more than a spectroscopy company. Ocean Optics is a company rooted in the opportunities enabled by new optical measurement technologies, active in nearly every market, industry and aspect of life.

8060 Bryan Dairy Rd, Largo
FL 33777, USA
+1 727-733-2447

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Content by Ocean Optics:


Disease Area Cancer

Improving Absorption Measurements through Light Source Selection

| Contributed by Ocean Optics

In this Application Note, we show the impact of stray light on absorbance levels and describe how optimizing the choice of light source can minimize stray light and increase the maximum absorbance measured.

Tools & Techniques Analytical science

Chemical Reaction Monitoring with a Spectrometer

| Contributed by Ocean Optics

In this application note, a modular spectrometer is used to collect the absorbance data needed to characterize the chemical kinetics for a reversible oxidation reduction reaction featuring indigo carmine indicator dye.

Tools & Techniques Imaging

Raman Analysis of Pharmaceutical Ingredients

| Contributed by Ocean Optics

A range of options is available for Raman analysis, including systems suitable for handheld, laboratory and educational applications.

Research Field Drug discovery

Dental Curing Lights: Clinical Reality

| Contributed by Ocean Optics

Light activated resin-based composite fillings have become the standard of care for dental restorations, yet typically last only six years.

Tools & Techniques Diagnostics & prognostics

SERS for Label-Free Biosensing

| Contributed by Ocean Optics

As a label-free technique, SERS is well suited to biosensing, from blood glucose to diagnosis of diseases like cancer, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.

Research Field Genetics

Measuring DNA Absorbance with the STS-UV

| Contributed by Ocean Optics

In this application note, we demonstrate the incredible performance of a microspectrometer measuring absorbance of DNA samples ranging from 0.15 to 150 μg/mL.

Tools & Techniques Imaging

Small-footprint Absorbance System for Characterizing Heme Proteins

| Contributed by Ocean Optics

In this application note, we focus on the visible response of the heme group using a compact spectral sensor to measure absorbance spectra for the heme proteins hemoglobin, myoglobin and cytochrome c.

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