Jasco NSF-330 Near-Field Spectrometer
Jasco NSF-330 Near-field Scanning Optical Micro-photoluminescence spectrometer (equipped by cryostat) is micro-spectrometer for observation of photoluminescence/Raman and fluorescence spectra at sub-wavelength high-spatial resolution. Spectra and spectrally resolved mapped images can be obtained from single semiconductor quantum dots and wires at better than 100 nm spatial resolution.
Instrument is used for detection of single molecules and their orientation in space (or small numbers of molecules). When sufficiently large arrays of rotors become available, it will be used to examine their collective rotational motion.
Other instruments in this category
The BioTools ChiralRAMAN-2X is spectrometer for the measurement of Raman Optical Activity (ROA) with microscope.
- 2W green diode laser OPUS 532 (excitation at 532 nm) with adjustable power output
- measuring in spectral range 100-2000 cm-1
Gas chromatograph Agilent 6850 interfaced to FTIR spectrometer Nicolet 6700 for GC-IR measurements (termostated capillary cell with optical path length 200 mm).
- multireflex and single reflex ATR attachment
- diffuse reflectance attachment
- accessory for the measurement of temperature dependences
Nicolet 6700 FT-IR spectrometer (Thermo Fischer Scientific), equipped by Photoelastic Modulation Module (PEM), serves for obtaining ordinary and polarized infrared spectra of samples of extremely small absorbance. The Instrument is used in our investigations of monolayers and of two-dimensional grids for the mounting of molecular rotors.
About the size of a lab book, the world's smallest FT-IR spectrometer Bruker ALPHA plays a big part in our daily laboratory routine. Small, robust, rugged and easy for use...