ITQ project, approved by the Conselleria de Innovación to acquire new equipment

Professor Miguel A. Miranda explains that “emission spectroscopy, both in steady-state and time-resolved modes, is a very useful technique for the study of liquid and solid samples. This notably reinforces the characterization capacity of the ITQ and is essential for daily work in lines such as organic and biological photochemistry or photocatalysis. Therefore, the replacement of the equipment available at the ITQ for fluorescence and phosphorescence measurements, which has already become obsolete after many years of use, with a new instrument having much higher performance, guarantees the continuity of our work for the next few years, as well. as an improvement in competitiveness”.