NeaspecDepending on the spectral range of the Near-Field Illumination Unit, the neaSNOM microscope can be used to analyze chemical, structural and electronic properties of organic and inorganic materials with up to 1000-times better spatial resolution when compared with conventional technology such as FT-IR.
neaspec’s Near-Field Illumination Units include on-site installation, on-site verification of performance, as well as a on-site comprehensive user training and professional support.
Visible & Near-IR Illumination Units for Imaging
Potential application: Electric-field mapping of plasmonic structures
- Visible: 532 nm, 633 nm, 785nm, 808 nm, 1550 nm
- Near-IR: 1064nm, 1550 nm, 1450-1610 nm tunable
For a complete list of available visible & NIR wavelenghts-ranges please contact QDI/Latam
Mid-IR Illumination Units for Imaging
Potential applications: Material selective imaging of organic & inorganic samples; Graphene Plasmonics (Sensitivity up to single monolayer)
- Step-tunable: 9,2 µm – 10,8 µm
- Step-tunable: 10.66 µm – 11,33 µm
- Tunable (100 1/cm) @ central wavelenght: 3.8, 4.0, 4.2, 4.4, 4.55, 4.65, 4.9, 5.3, 6.1, 7.4, 7.8, 8.4, 9.0, 9.5 or 10.5 μm
Visible, Near-IR & Mid-IR Illumination Units for Spectroscopy
Potential applications: Nanoscale molecular spectroscopy of organic & inorganic materials
- Visible: 600 - 1100 nm
- Near-IR: 1000 - 2300 nm
- Mid-IR: 5 - 15 µm
3rd Party Light-Source Integration with NeaSNOM microscope
neaspec offers a professional light-source integration-service for e.g. Synchrotron IR-beamlines, free electron lasers, or visible & infrared lasers with the neaSNOM microscope.
Please contact QDI/Latam for a quote and have your light-source details at hand so they can ensure the technical requirements are met and the integration is possible.