Hydrogen is the most common element in the universe. Deuterium, a natural isotope of hydrogen, is a very important element for Heraeus Noblelight.
Due to its mass it is also known as "heavy hydrogen". Heraeus Noblelight manufactures deuterium lamps that are the ideal light source for high-precision absorption measurements in the laboratory by generating a continuous spectrum with wavelengths ranging from UV to visible light. Thus, they help determine traces of undesired contamination such as melamine in milk powder for babies.
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