spectroscopy

Multi-line lasers simplify biomedical imaging

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The introduction of multi-line lasers to fluorescence instrumentation provides a compact, easy-to-use, and service-free solution for integrating up to four laser wavelengths with reliable, stable performance. In this white paper we explore the advantages of a permanently aligned multi-line laser with fully integrated electronics, giving two examples of how such a laser solution can simplify systems for biomedical imaging.

 

Kinetics of Photocatalysis Reactions Studied by Transient Absorption Spectroscopy

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Photocatalysis is the rate increase of a chemical reaction by light, often in the presence of a catalyst that starts the reaction upon irradiation. Photocatalysts are typically semiconducting metal oxides which are employed as particles in solution. Discover how Edinburgh Instruments LP980 Spectrometer was used in this application note.

Photoluminescence Spectroscopy of Carbon Dots

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In this whitepaper Edinburgh Instruments characterise an inhomogeneous distribution of carbon dots produced by thermal treatment of milk. In this case carbonisation is achieved by simply heating up milk in air to 220 °C for 2 hours, and the photoluminescence spectra and lifetimes of the resulting C-dots are studied in an FLS1000 Photoluminescence Spectrometer.

 

THz spectroscopic imaging at kHz pixel rates

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The fastest imaging technique on the market. Combining high-speed ASOPS and efficient THz generation antenna allows for spectroscopic imaging at 10 kpixels / second acquisition speed, with an excellent signal to noise ratio. Being able to measure the phase and amplitude information at this high speed is unmatched by any other device on the market.

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