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Lego Spectrometer

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Could a fiber optic coupling be added to the spectrometer by an end-user so that it can be used in, for example, flame photometry or laser-induced breakdown spectrometry/laser induced fluorimetry?

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I think that's a great idea -- perhaps if you develop a prototype lego attachment we could offer this as an add-on? Want to give it a try?

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@warren cool, I ordered a lego kit last week so once it arrives I will be happy to try and figure something out!

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