NDIR gas sensing, Improve your detector design
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Infrared spectroscopy is a method that relies on the vibrations of a molecule's atoms. It involves passing infrared radiation through a sample and analyzing how much of the radiation is absorbed at a specific wavelength. This creates an infrared spectrum which shows different characteristics for each specific sample, the samples infrared “fingerprint”.
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