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Optical instrument is a kind of instrument that can produce light wave and display image, or receive light wave and analyze and determine the nature of light. Optical instruments are a very important component of the instrumentation industry. It is an indispensable tool for observing, testing, analyzing, controlling, recording and transmitting industrial and agricultural production, resource exploration, space exploration, scientific experiment, national defense construction and various fields of social life.
Optical microscopes have been extensively used in microbiology, biotechnology, pharmaceutical research, and food testing. The advanced microscopy techniques nowadays allow observations of organelles or biomolecules in living cells, which greatly facilitates the study of various biological processes.
A spectrometer is used in spectroscopy for producing spectral lines and measuring their wavelengths and intensities. Spectrometers may also operate over a wide range of non-optical wavelengths, from gamma rays and X-rays into the far infrared. If the instrument is designed to measure the spectrum in absolute units rather than relative units, then it is typically called a spectrophotometer. The majority of spectrophotometers are used in spectral regions near the visible spectrum.
X-ray diffraction (XRD) is one of the most important non-destructive tools to analyze all kinds of matter—ranging from fluids to powders and crystals. X-ray diffraction techniques are used for the identification of crystalline phases of various materials and the quantitative phase analysis subsequent to the identification. X-ray diffraction techniques are superior in elucidating the three-dimensional atomic structure of crystalline solids. The properties and functions of materials largely depend on the crystal structures. X-ray diffraction techniques have, therefore, been widely used as an indispensable means in materials research, development and production.
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