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The lowdown on LIBS: expanding capabilities with compact, air cooled lasers

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Laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) is an atomic emission spectroscopy technique that uses a short laser pulse to create a micro-plasma on a sample surface. It is used for the rapid chemical analysis of materials in a host of industrial applications. This white paper introduces a very compact, air-cooled, pulsed laser and demonstrates how it can be effectively used in conventional LIBS experimental set-ups for identifying metals.

One laser, multi-color nanoscopy

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In this white paper we present a new technique that makes use of a single laser to excite multiple fluorophores in the same spectral range (red/far-red) coupled to a spectral demixing strategy that allows diffraction limits to be overcome thereby permitting 3D multi-color nanoscopy with increased simplicity, speed, and reliability of output data.

Technology leaps in quantum sensing - Advances in nano magnetometry using tailored electronics and fast-switchable lasers

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Taking advantage of collective quantum effects has enabled the so-called first quantum revolution in the 20th century for technologies such as nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, magnetic resonance imaging, and the development of transistors, LEDs, solar panels, and lasers. Today, amid the second quantum revolution new sensing schemes offer higher sensitivities and better resolution thanks to the possibility to detect and control individual quantum states in microscopic systems like atoms, quantum dots, or color centers.

Cobolt Rogue 640nm laser

The Cobolt Rogue series of lasers are continuous-wave diode pumped lasers (DPL) and are multi-mode, high power complements to Cobolt's 05-01 series of single frequency lasers

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