Bard Hall SB30
The Alpha300R can be used to investigate existing chemistry, track chemical bonds through a process, investigate crystalinity, image strain fields, and measure photoluminescence. Minimum sample volumes of less than a µl are possible since the analysis is taking place through a microscope. Thin films are very common and in some cases monolayers can be measured.
The Alpha300R incorporates 2 laser excitation sources (532 nm and 785 nm), an advanced confocal microscope, 2 high throughput spectrometers and software capable of powerful multivariate analysis into a system that is built around spectral mapping. See the example below for more information on spectral mapping.
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