Application Notes

Find the Best Mirror for Your Application

How do I know which mirror to use for my specific purpose? This white paper will answer which mirror is applicable for your biological application by providing practical, useful information about the flat dielectric mirror. You will also find key design considerations and specifications.

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1P/2P Super-Res TIRF Dichroic

As multiphoton microscopy has increasingly become the norm within the microscopy community, the need to combine multiphoton and single-photon excitation has risen as a necessity for many emerging protocols. Effortlessly switch between confocal and multiphoton microscopy with Semrock’s newest 1P/2P super-resolution / TIRF dichroic beamsplitter.

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What’s New in A3200 6.04?

In A3200 6.04, Aerotech introduces new drive hardware, improves existing drive hardware, and releases a new series of industrial PCs. Included in these updates is the inclusion of Part-Speed PSO on the HEX RC hexapod controller.

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Phonon-assisted emission and absorption of individual color centers in hexagonal boron nitride

Defect centers in hexagonal boron nitride represent room-temperature single-photon sources in a layered van der Waals material. These light emitters appear with a wide range of transition energies ranging over the entire visible spectrum, which renders the identification of the underlying atomic structure challenging. In addition to their eminent properties as quantum light emitters, the coupling to phonons is remarkable. Their photoluminescence exhibits significant side band emission well separated from the zero phonon line (ZPL) and an asymmetric broadening of the ZPL itself.

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Tunable, narrow bandwidth mid-IR laser sources for compact trace gas analysis systems with ppb sensitivity

The ultimate instrumentation for trace gas analysis and detection in air quality monitoring as well as industrial process control would be
one that can simultaneously provide a sensitive, selective, and fast, multi-gas measurement with wide dynamic range all in a compact
and robust system. One of the few such promising technologies that can deliver these requirements is laser based photoacoustic spectroscopy
(PAS). In this white paper the PAS technique is presented using the Cobolt Odin™ tunable mid-IR laser.

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New compact high repetition rate lasers for LIBS

Laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) is an atomic-emission spectroscopy technique that enables rapid chemical analysis of a wide range of materials ranging from metals, semiconductors, glasses, biological tissues, plastics, soils, thin-paint coating, and electronic materials. The LIBS technology

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Find the Best Mirror for Your Application

How do I know which mirror to use for my specific purpose? This white paper will answer which mirror is applicable for your biological application by providing practical, useful information about the flat dielectric mirror. You will also find key design considerations and specifications.

Read More »

1P/2P Super-Res TIRF Dichroic

As multiphoton microscopy has increasingly become the norm within the microscopy community, the need to combine multiphoton and single-photon excitation has risen as a necessity for many emerging protocols. Effortlessly switch between confocal and multiphoton microscopy with Semrock’s newest 1P/2P super-resolution / TIRF dichroic beamsplitter.

Read More »

What’s New in A3200 6.04?

In A3200 6.04, Aerotech introduces new drive hardware, improves existing drive hardware, and releases a new series of industrial PCs. Included in these updates is the inclusion of Part-Speed PSO on the HEX RC hexapod controller.

Read More »

Phonon-assisted emission and absorption of individual color centers in hexagonal boron nitride

Defect centers in hexagonal boron nitride represent room-temperature single-photon sources in a layered van der Waals material. These light emitters appear with a wide range of transition energies ranging over the entire visible spectrum, which renders the identification of the underlying atomic structure challenging. In addition to their eminent properties as quantum light emitters, the coupling to phonons is remarkable. Their photoluminescence exhibits significant side band emission well separated from the zero phonon line (ZPL) and an asymmetric broadening of the ZPL itself.

Read More »

Tunable, narrow bandwidth mid-IR laser sources for compact trace gas analysis systems with ppb sensitivity

The ultimate instrumentation for trace gas analysis and detection in air quality monitoring as well as industrial process control would be
one that can simultaneously provide a sensitive, selective, and fast, multi-gas measurement with wide dynamic range all in a compact
and robust system. One of the few such promising technologies that can deliver these requirements is laser based photoacoustic spectroscopy
(PAS). In this white paper the PAS technique is presented using the Cobolt Odin™ tunable mid-IR laser.

Read More »

New compact high repetition rate lasers for LIBS

Laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) is an atomic-emission spectroscopy technique that enables rapid chemical analysis of a wide range of materials ranging from metals, semiconductors, glasses, biological tissues, plastics, soils, thin-paint coating, and electronic materials. The LIBS technology

Read More »