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Development of an NBS reference spectrophotometer for diffuse transmittance and reflectance

William H Venable

Development of an NBS reference spectrophotometer for diffuse transmittance and reflectance

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Bureau of Standards, Institute for Basic Standards, Optical Physics Division in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Spectrophotometer,
  • Specular reflectance

  • Edition Notes

    StatementWilliam H. Venable, Jr., Jack J. Hsia, and Victor R. Weidner
    SeriesOptical radiation measurements, NBS technical note ; 594-11, NBS technical note -- 594-11
    ContributionsHsia, J. J., jt. auth, Weidner, Victor R., jt. auth, Institute for Basic Standards (U.S.). Optical Physics Division
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 41, [1] p. :
    Number of Pages41
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14847684M

    AATCC Evaluation Procedure 6, “Instrumental Color Measurement,” is a reference document covering instrumental reflectance measurement, transmittance measurement, and related calculations. It also contains an appendix describing sample handling techniques. AATCC Evaluation Procedure 7, “Instrumental Assessment of the Change in Color of a Test. As far as I know, UV-Vis spectrophotometer has 2 beam samples: sample and reference. The sample has very diluted test material in a solvent and the reference is only the solvent. I was reading a book about some experimental values for UV-Vis spectrophotometry and I noticed this page. luminous transmittance. Haze data representative of the material may be ob-tained by avoiding heterogeneous surface or internal defects not characteristic of the material. Haze and luminous-transmittance data are especially useful for quality control and specification purposes. Before proceeding with this test method, reference. As the world's foremost spectrophotometer reference standard manufacturer, we have a dedicated staff and years of experience to back up our products. Our solid state UV/VIS/NIR reference standards are the most stable on the market and remain in spec long after many other manufacturer's standards go bad.


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Development of an NBS reference spectrophotometer for diffuse transmittance and reflectance by William H Venable Download PDF EPUB FB2

A reference spectrophotometer, designed primarily for the analysis of diffuse transmittance and reflectance, was developed.

The spectrophotometer consists of a broad band monochromator with optical bandpasses of 2, 5, 10, and 20 nanometers. The exit aperture of the monochromator is provided with special mirror optics to collimate and switch the beam for optional use as a reference Cited by: 1.

Development of an NBS reference spectrophotometer for diffuse transmittance and reflectance / By Jr. William H. Venable, Victor R. Weidner, J. Hsia, United States. National Bureau of Standards.

Technical note. and Institute for Basic Standards (U.S.). Optical Physics Division. A new reference spectrophotometer is being developed at the National Research Council of Canada (NRCC) for high-accuracy transmittance measurements over the spectral range to nm.

Optical radiation measurements: Development of an NBS reference spectrophotometer for diffuse transmittance and reflectance by Venable, Jr. In this manner, specular, diffuse, or angle-resolved reflectance or transmittance measurements can be performed over a wide range of wavelengths, making the commercial spectrophotometer a.

Diffuse reflectance spectroscopy (DRS) of (nanoscaled) powders is a widely applied, powerful tool in material sciences and industry [1][2] [3].The scattered intensity of an incident light beam is. Development of a new reference spectrofluorimeter at the National Physical Development of an NBS reference spectrophotometer for diffuse transmittance and reflectance book (J.F.

Verrill, D.C. Williams). New instrumentation development at the National Institute of Standards and Technology for spectral diffuse reflectance and transmittance measurement (L.M. Hanssen). The obtained value becomes the reflectance (relative reflectance) with respect to the reflectance of the reference standard white board, which is taken to be %.

When light is directed at the sample at an angle of 0°, specular reflected light exits the integrating sphere and is not detected. As a result, only diffuse reflected light is measured. The effective pathlength, l eff (mm), is the weighted-average pathlength traveled through the sample by detected light; the weighting function is simply the transmission along a pathlength gh Eq.

(2) has the form of the Beer–Lambert law, and is sometimes referred to as the modified Beer–Lambert law, 17 note that the effective pathlength depends on the total absorption coefficient.

Bruce Hapke, in Encyclopedia of Spectroscopy and Spectrometry (Third Edition), Abstract. Reflectance spectroscopy is an important method of measuring the absorption spectra and other properties of solids. Because this type of measurement can be made without contacting the sample, it is a powerful technique for the remote determination of the composition of soils and regoliths on the.

Purchase Spectrophotometry, Volume 46 - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN  These conference proceedings form a worthy contribution to the literature on spectrometry reviving the tradition begun at the U.S. National Bureau of Standards conferences in the 's of holding interdisciplinary conferences on advances in the standardisation and methodology of spectrometry.

The papers and poster abstracts presented in this volume maintain the high. TABLEOFCONTENTS Page UCTION 1 OPHOTOMETERDESIGN 3 ources 3 Optics 3 perser 3 romator 5 ption.

5 ationsandTests 5 ngthcalibration 5 adiantenergy. 6 itOptics 7 EMENTACCESSORYSYSTEMS 7. Dispersive methods Gaertner, Yoon and Germer 4. Fourier transform methods Kaplan and Quijada 5. Regular reflectance and transmittance van Nijnatten 6. Diffuse reflectance and transmittance Hoepe 7. Spectral fluorescence Zwinkels, DeRose and Lelan 8.

Angle-resolved diffuse reflectance and scattering Germer, Stover and Schroeder 9. Regular reflectance and transmittance van Nijnatten 6. Diffuse reflectance and transmittance Hoepe 7. Spectral fluorescence Zwinkels, DeRose and Lelan 8.

Angle-resolved diffuse reflectance and scattering Germer, Stover and Schroeder 9. Her accomplishments include the development of a reference spectrophotometer for regular transmittance.

NBSMEASUREMENTSERVICES SPECTRALREFLECTANCE r CenterforRadiationResearch NationalMeasurementLaboratory NationalBureauofStandards. result in diffuse reflectance R&,(k) and diffuse transmittance T&,(k); k(d) is the powder optical absorption coefficient at excitation wavelength 1; (b) geometry for the calculation of single particle diffuse reflectance and transmittance.

All symbols are defined in Eqn (4). The series of NBS Technical Notes issued under this title and number provide reports of progress in or details of re- search conducted in radiometry and photometry in the Development of an NBS Reference Spectrophotometer for Optical Radiation Section of the National Bureau of Diffuse Transmittance and Reflectance by William H.

Standards. USE OF DIFFUSE REFLECTANCE SPECTROSCOPY FOR OPTICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF UN-SUPPORTED NANOSTRUCTURES 19 F (R1) is the so-called remission or Kubelka-Munk func- tion, where R1 = Rsample=Rstandard [9]. In the parabolic band structure, the band gap Eg, and ab- sorption coefficient fi of a direct band gap semiconductor are related through the well known equation [10].

This volume is an essential handbook for anyone interested in performing the most accurate spectrophotometric or other optical property of materials measurements. The chapter authors were chosen from the leading experts in their respective fields and provide their wisdom and experience in measurements of reflectance, transmittance, absorptance, emittance, diffuse scattering, color, and.

The book also includes a reproduction of Chapter III from "Diffuse Reflectance" by Wesley Wm. Wendlandt and Harry G. Hecht with introductions by Don Dahm and Harry Hecht. The chapter, in the opinion of Don Dahm, "is the best compilation that will ever be printed of theoretical work done in the area of diffuse reflectance".Reviews: 1.

The spectrophotometer was fitted with a mm diameter integrating sphere (Labsphere DRA ) which collects both specular and diffuse radiation. The reference reflectance material used for the measurement was a PTFE plate, according to ASTM Standard E [5, 15]. The difference in these techniques is that in UV/Vis spectroscopy one measures the relative change of transmittance of light as it passes through a solution, whereas in diffuse reflectance, one measures the relative change in the amount of reflected light off of a surface.

relative to a reference source. In other words, the % transmission. Spectrophotometry is the quantitative measurement of the reflection or transmission properties of a material as a function of wavelength. While relatively simple in concept, determining the reflectance or transmittance involves careful consideration of the geometrical and spectral conditions of the measurement.

We maintain the national scales for reflectance and transmittance in the. Development of new measuring systems and construction of optical devices prototypes, Research and development of color rendering indices and color quality control of light sources, Research related to conspicuity and visibility of pedestrians, Development and application of SMART textile sensors on the basis of color-changing pigments and dyes.

transmittance, diffuse transmittance, bidirectional reflectance, and directional-hemispherical reflectance. For further information on these and other calibration services, see the existing SP documents [] listed inside the back cover of this document.

This laboratory only provides calibrations of regular spectral transmittance for solid. Solar-energy absorptance, reflectance, and transmittance are important in the performance of all solar energy systems ranging from passive building systems to central receiver power systems.

This test method provides a means for determining these values under fixed conditions that represent an average that would be encountered during use of a system in the temperate zone. Integrating sphere for imperfectly diffuse samples Applied opt () Fairchild, M.D. and Grum, F., Thermochromism of ceramic reference tiles Applied Optics, 24, Grum, F.

and Wightman, T.E., Absolute Reflectance Of Eastman White Reflectance Standard Applied Opt Malkin, F. Colour. A spectrophotometer can be located in many studies, biology, chemistry, and industrial laboratories. The spectrophotometer is utilized for research and data evaluation in different scientific fields.

Some of the major fields in which a spectrophotometer is employed are physics, molecular biology, chemistry, and biochemistry labs.

Reflection is the process by which electromagnetic radiation is returned either at the boundary between two media (surface reflection) or at the interior of a medium (volume reflection), whereas transmission is the passage of electromagnetic radiation through a medium.

Both processes can be accompanied by diffusion (also called scattering), which is the process of deflecting a unidirectional. A spectrophotometer is the most fundamental of the three instruments you mentioned. Spectrophotometers measure reflectance or transmittance as a function of wavelength.

From those data, one can compute other quantities such as colorimetry (XYZ, CIELAB, etc.) or densitometry (Status A, Status M, etc.). E Practice for Preparation of Reference White Reflectance Standards3 E Terminology of Appearance3 E Practice for Conducting an Interlaboratory Test Program to Determine the Precision of a Test Method4 ISO Standards:5 ISO –1 Plastics—Determination of the Total Luminous Transmittance of Transparent Materials ISO/DIS Mavrodineanu, R., An Accurate Spectrophotometer for Measuring the Transmittance of Solid and Liquid Materials, NBS Journal of Research 76A, No.

5, pp.(). SP Accuracy in Analytical Spectrophotometry, pp. 46 - Kenneth L. Eckerle, Modiï¬ cation of an NBS reference spectrophotometer, NBS Technical NoteNational Bureau of Standards, July William H.

Venable, Jr., Jack J. Hsia, and Victor R. Weidner, Development of an NBS reference spectrophotometer for diffuse transmittance and reï¬ ectance, NBS Technical NoteNational Bureau. The chapter authors were chosen from the leading experts in their respective fields and provide their wisdom and experience in measurements of reflectance, transmittance, absorptance, emittance, diffuse scattering, color, and fluorescence.

Spectrophotometry Page 2 of 10 solution –{Transmittance} or absorbed {Absorbance} by the solution is measured by a light meter.

Note: % Absorbance = 0% Transmittance While a spectrophotometer can display measurements as either transmittance or absorbance, in biological applications we are usually interested in the absorbance of a given sample. The RPH probe can be used with the RPH1 Reflectance Probe Holder block that maintains a 45 degree angle and user set distance from sample or the RPH3 is a Reflectance Probe Holder stand for 90° angle measurements.

The RS50 white reflectance standard should be used to take your white reference spectrum for all color measurement applications. Optronic Laboratories’ unparalleled range of accessories for the OL Series provides the flexibility to configure the system to accommodate simple or complex optical geometry requirements.

Having the right optical accessory ensures measurements are relevant to the end-use. We’ve got you covered for linear, deflecting, diverging, or diffuse transmittance. Solar-energy absorptance, reflectance, and transmittance are important in the performance of all solar energy systems ranging from passive building systems to central receiver power systems.

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