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1. (WO2018087279) SPECTROMETER HAVING A DISCHARGE LAMP WITH A PLURALITY OF BEAM PATHS

Pub. No.:    WO/2018/087279    International Application No.:    PCT/EP2017/078866
Publication Date: Fri May 18 01:59:59 CEST 2018 International Filing Date: Sat Nov 11 00:59:59 CET 2017
IPC: G01N 21/17
H01J 61/00
Applicants: MIKROWELLEN LABOR TECHNIK AG
Inventors: LAUTENSCHLÄGER, Werner
LAUTENSCHLÄGER, Jens
Title: SPECTROMETER HAVING A DISCHARGE LAMP WITH A PLURALITY OF BEAM PATHS
Abstract:
The present invention relates a spectrometer (1) having a lamp (2) that extends in substantially tubular fashion for the purposes of forming a light emission zone (3) that extends in the direction of the tubular extent and between two points to the end of emitting a first light beam (L1) and a second light beam (L2) that have the same origin on the light emission zone (3), a sample container (6) that is arranged in the beam path of the first light beam (L1) for receiving a sample to be measured, a first detection apparatus (D1) that is arranged in the direction of the first light beam (L1) for quantitative and/or qualitative determination of the sample to be measured in the sample container (6) on the basis of an interaction between the sample to be measured and the first light beam (L1), and a second detection apparatus (D2) that is arranged in the direction of the second light beam (L2) for the purposes of referencing the quantitative and/are qualitative determination, on the basis of the second light beam (L2), of the sample to be measured. The invention further relates to a spectrometer (1') having a lamp (2) that extends in substantially tubular fashion for the purposes of emitting at least two light beams (L1, L3), respectively one sample container (6, 16) arranged in the beam path of each light beam (L1, L3) for the purposes of receiving a sample to be measured, and a detection apparatus (D1, D3) that is arranged in the direction of each light beam (L1, L3) for the purposes of quantitative and/or qualitative determination of the sample to be measured in the respective sample container (6, 16) on the basis of an interaction between the sample to be measured and the respective light beam (L1, L3).