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Optical Characterization refers to the use of optical techniques to study of solid-state and biological phenomena at the nanoscale.
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Equipment
The Video ZFL Scopes available from Navitar are micro- and macro-fluorescence vision system that employ internal focus and interchangeable professional fluorescence cubes to generate images.
Nanotronics’ nSpec® 3D microscope integrates high quality and high throughput imaging of optical lenses with artificial intelligence and sophisticated computer pattern recognition algorithms to capture nanoscale 3D images, including structure classification and quantitative results, with just a single click of the mouse or gesture.
The Optilab® T-rEX™ is a refractometometer with an extended range and can be used along with any FPLC, HPLC, FFF or GPC separation system along with a Wyatt multi-angle light scattering (MALS) detector such as the DAWN® HELEOS® IIor miniDAWN™ TREOS®, for the absolute determination of the molar mass of all kinds of macromolecules in solution.
Hamamatsu offers a precision optical laser beam profiler called LEPAS-12, which is an important tool for configuring an optical beam measurement system.
Navitar designs and manufactures custom microscope objective lenses that are ideal for OEMS and researchers who demand optimized solutions for complex applications, which otherwise cannot be solved using standard microscope objective lenses.
The Optilab® UT-rEX™, an UHPLC refractometer with an extended range is the first RI detector especially designed to be used with any UHPLC system.
The C10178-03 Optical NanoGauge available from Hamamatsu is a film thickness measurement system that uses spectral interferometry. With the help of white light illumination, film thickness is recorded instantly and non-destructively.