Spectrometer Is Inexpensive And Capable
Identifying the elements in a solution is a big part of biology and chemistry, so tools already exist, but lab tools are usually on the scale of expensive to unobtainable, so hackers have learned to make their own that rival the pros. This spectrometer uses a laser cut, webcam, and eBay sundries to build a spectrometer.
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