IR nanoscopy with ultrabroad tunable source

Thursday, December 2nd 2021 - 10:00 AM (CET)

FTIR microscopes utilize relatively weak but spectrally broad thermal sources. In contrast, nano-FTIR, s-SNOM and AFM-IR microscopes require stronger laser sources to compensate for the million times smaller probing volume. However, stronger emission power often comes at the cost of smaller spectral coverage. In this webinar, we introduce a tunable OPO laser source that in combination with the neaspec microscope delivers unprecedented spectral coverage and enables IR nanoscopy (nanoscale imaging & spectroscopy).

This unique technological marriage enables:

  • Widest tuning range 550-7000 cm-1 with QCL-comparable tuning speed,
  • Narrow linewidth < 4 cm¬-1 for rapid nanoscale chemical mapping,
  • Compatibility with s-SNOM and AFM-IR/PTE measurement modes.

At the end of the webinar, the Q&A section allows you to discuss the latest challenge you face directly with your neaspec experts.

Host: Sergiu Amarie, senior application engineer @ neaspec

Guest Speaker: Magnus Johnson, university lector @ KTH Stockholm

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