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18 April 2018

Download the new FERGIE Experiment Note - Improving the Collection Efficiency of Raman Scattering

In this note, Princeton Instruments discuss the advantage of an aberration-free spectrograph design for performing Raman spectra measurements. FERGIE, a fully integrated spectrograph system was used for the demonstration.

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11 April 2018

Xenics improves SWIR detector quality by lowering dark current

Xenics have recently announced a significant improvement in the quality of its detectors and resulting cameras.

Xenics has recently increased production capabilities, added extra clean room space, reviewed processing techniques and modernised equipment. First evidence of this improved and upgraded manufacturing process is the significant reduction of dark current in our standard InGaAs SWIR detectors.

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09 April 2018

Experience Raman Imaging from a new angle

Find out how WITec's new alpha300 Ri turns 3D chemical characterisation upside down!

WITec has launched the alpha300 Ri inverted Raman microscope. It combines the advantages of data acquisition from below with the established merits of 3D confocal Raman imaging, a powerful and versatile technique that can chemically characterise samples nondestructively and without labeling or other specialised preparation. The speed, sensitivity and resolution of the WITec alpha300 series are now available from a new angle. Research applications in the fields of life sciences, biomedicine and pharmaceutics will benefit in particular from the new setup.

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16 March 2018

Studying Atmospheric Chemistry with Absorption Spectroscopy using the FERGIE Spectroscopy System

Dr Daniel Stone of the University of Leeds in the United Kingdom investigates oxidation processes in atmospheric and combustion chemistry. He is particularly interested in the chemistry of reactive species such as OH, HO2, and Criegee intermediates (R2COO) that control atmospheric composition and fuel combustion. His research requires a combination of laboratory experiments, field measurements, and numerical modeling. 

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