The State-of-the-Art in Infrared Microscopy
sponsored by Bruker
August 20, 2020, 11:00 AM EDT
Infrared microscopes have been in use since the late 1980’s with innovations continuing at a steady rate. More recent innovations include automating many of the microscope controls making the system easy to operate. We report several new innovations that provide unmatched research capabilities. These new capabilities allow the flexibility to conduct the most demanding diffraction limited experiments now, but also far into the future.
These capabilities include:
- Small footprint stand-alone IR microscope
- Video wizard for smart and easy data collection
- New bright source for unmatched signal-to-noise
- Industry leading fast imaging with real time interactive image analysis
- High performance TE-cooled MCT detector for research performance without liquid nitrogen
- Fully validated IR microscopy
- Integrated z-axis for fast ATR mapping AND ATR imaging
- Learn about our new innovations for unmatched analytical capabilities
- Real-time image analysis with fast and accurate results
- Using a smaller footprint IR microscope
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