The Vernier Flash Photolysis Spectrometer is a simple, user-friendly device for demonstrating the fundamental principles of chemical kinetics and photochemistry to undergraduate chemistry students. It measures the absorption and emission changes over time of a photoexcited sample at a single wavelength, which is determined by a filter (600 nm filter included).
Specifications (Source: Vernier.com)
- Spectral coverage: 450–750 nm
- Temporal resolution: 100 microseconds
- Spectral Resolution: Determined by the interference filter used (10 nm with the included 600 nm interference filter)
- Minimum time window: 15 milliseconds