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Vernier Optical Fiber for VSP-EM

Order code: VSP-EM-FIBER
Purchase QTY: (Each)1+    
Scientrific's price  $196.00    
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This fibre is an accessory for the Vernier Emissions Spectrometer (VSP-EM). The fibre allows for precisely measuring the wavelengths of emitted light. This fibre can also be used with the Vernier Spectrometer (V-SPEC) and other Ocean Optics VIS-NIR Spectrometers.

• Length: 1 metre
• Core diameter: 400µm
• Core material: glass
• Covering: 2.2 mm PVC
• Connectors: SMA 905

Not compatible with the Vernier SpectroVis or Spectrovis Plus. To do emission experiments with the SpectroVis or SpectroVis Plus use the SpectroVis Optical Fiber (SVIS-FIBER).

Educational use only:
Vernier and Kidwind products are designed for educational use. They are not appropriate for industrial, medical or commercial applications. Details

  • Warranty: 5 years
    • Package size (HxWxD): 13 x 152 x 178mm
    • Packed weight: 50g

      Last edited 19th May 2022

      This product is used in teaching these Australian Curriculum codes:
      ACSCH019 - Chemical fundamentals - Properties and structure of atoms - Flame tests and atomic absorption spectroscopy are analytical techniques that can be used to identify elements; these methods rely on electron transfer between atomic energy levels
      ACSPH138 - Revolutions in modern physics - Quantum theory - Atoms of an element emit and absorb specific wavelengths of light that are unique to that element; this is the basis of spectral analysis
      ACSPH136 - Revolutions in modern physics - Quantum theory - On the atomic level, electromagnetic radiation is emitted or absorbed in discrete packets called photons; the energy of a photon is proportional to its frequency; and the constant of proportionality, Planck’s constant, can be determined experimentally (fo
      ACSPH139 - Revolutions in modern physics - Quantum theory - The Bohr model of the hydrogen atom integrates light quanta and atomic energy states to explain the specific wavelengths in the hydrogen spectrum and in the spectra of other simple atoms; the Bohr model enables line spectra to be correlated with atomic en

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