The thermoelectrically cooled camera incorporates back-illuminated electron- multiplying CCDs (EMCCDs). These state-of-the-art EMCCD cameras enable a wide variety of low-light-level imaging and spectroscopy applications for scientific research and industrial R&D.
The PiLas Systems are diode lasers emitting very short optical pulses with pulse widths down to 18 ps (FWHM), depending on the laser diode used. The standard system consists of a digital electrical pulse generator EIG, an optical head with a laser diode and a collimating optics (paralleling optics, single mode fiber output or multimode fiber output versions are also available). The laser diodes of the various models are pre-configured to emit on a fixed wavelength within a spectral range between 375 nm and 1550 nm, i.e.
The JSM‐6360LV low vacuum SEM is a high‐performance scanning electron microscope for fast characterization and imaging of fine structures. The selectable Low Vacuum mode allows for observation of specimens that cannot be viewed at high vacuum due to excessive water content or because they have a non‐conductive surface.
The KSV Minimicro is a small and elegant Langmuir and Langmuir-Blodgett (LB) device brilliant for depositions on small substrates or to minimize sample volumes. Promising methods for the preparation of thin films as it enables
(A) precise control of the monolayer thickness,
(B) homogeneous deposition of the monolayer over large areas and
(C) the possibility to make multilayer structures with varying layer composition.
This system provides a turnkey solution for liquid crystal research scientists looking for the unrivalled temperature stability and control.
Electrical connectors within the sample chamber of the LTSE350 enable the user to make electrical measurements on the sample while controlling the temperature inside a gas tight environment. The sample chamber can be further controlled in terms of humidity, slight vacuum or inert gas via the gas ports on the sides of the stage.
The muon is one of Nature’s fundamental particles. Its discovery in 1937 by Carl Anderson marked a radical departure in physicists' understanding of the building blocks of matter. Although it was first assigned a place in theory of nuclear forces which was incorrect, it is now understood to be an important member of the lepton family of particles. The Muon Physics Apparatus is the first commercial teaching instrument for students to determine some of its physical characteristics.
The NIRQuest512 uses a high-stability, 512-element Hamamatsu Indium Gallium Arsenide (InGaAs)-array detector in a compact optical bench with two-stage thermoelectric cooler and ultra low-noise electronics.
•Robust – deep thermoelectric cooling down to -20 °C for low dark current
•Fast – great for online applications, chemometric models that require high s:n
•Modular – configurable with a range of light sources, fibers, probes and other accessories for your specific application
NTEGRA Prima is a multifunctional device for performing the most typical tasks in the field of Scanning Probe Microscopy. The device is capable of performing more than 40 measuring methods, what allows analyzing physical and chemical properties of the surface with high precision and resolution. It is possible to carry out experiments in air, as well as in liquids and in controlled environment. The new generation electronics provides operations in high-frequency (up to 5MHz) modes.
The BX51P polarizing microscope is an investigative tool for the identification of isotropic and anisotropic materials, forensic analysis, thin film/polymer/crystal identification, and extraneous particulates.
Olympus has designed its polarizers and polarizing condensers to further enhance performance in polarized light. This means a higher EF* value, resulting in unmatched image brightness and contrast.