A scientific paper published by UNSW highlighting new implications for engineered nanophotonics, using nanoscale FTIR and s-SNOM chemical imaging.
The Bruker nanoIR3-s Broadband is the most advanced s-SNOM based nanoscale FTIR spectroscopy system available, with the broadest spectral range, high resolution nanochemical and nano-optical imaging capabilities.
How nanoscale infrared spectroscopy can be used to measure semiconductor materials in defect and contamination analysis, and fabrication.
Unambiguously identify organic contamination on silicon wafers and micro-electronics with a AFM-IR technique, using the Bruker Anasys nanoIR3.
We’re now the official distributor for Bruker Anasys nanoscale infrared spectroscopy & thermal measurement instruments in the Nordic region (Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Iceland & Norway).
A new instrument from Anasys Instruments is the only nanoscale IR spectroscopy and imaging platform with both robust nanoscale IR absorption spectroscopy via AFM-IR and sub-20nm complex optical property imaging via sSNOM… read more →
Professor Stuart Lyon of the University of Manchester, a Blue Scientific customer, has published a paper about mapping water uptake in organic coatings using AFM-IR. Water Uptake in Organic Coatings… read more →
Nanoscale infrared spectroscopy webinar from Anasys Instruments, focussing on biophysics applications, including proteins, amyloids, membranes and tissues. The webinar will be held on Thursday 19th March 2015 at 3pm GMT… read more →