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高解像度、高スループット、高モジュール性、UVからNIR、SWIRに至る広波長域での測定に便利です。

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ニーズに合わせた分光器プラットフォーム

アンドール社製の分光器シリーズは、ツェルニ-ターナー、エッシェル、ホロスペックなどの光学設計技術を基盤とし、お客様の実験ニーズに合わせた柔軟なシステムをご選択いただけます。用途に応じた多彩なオプションをご用意しております。

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技術紹介とアプリケーション

Raman
Luminescence
Absorption
OES and LIBS
Micro-Spectroscopy
NL Spectroscopy
Material Science
Chemical Processes
Life Science - Biomedical
Plasma Studies

Raman

ラマン測定は、分子分光技術の一つで、ナノ材料、ポリマ、粉末、液体または細胞/細胞組織などの多様なサンプルに対し化学的かつ構造的な情報の取得が可能です。主なラマン測定として以下の分光法が挙げられます:

  • 自発Raman散乱および誘導Raman散乱法
  • 表面増強Raman分光法(SERS)
  • 表面オフセットRaman分光法(SORS)
  • チップ増強Raman分光法(TERS)
  • コヒーレントアンチストークスRaman分光法(CARS)

参考資料
技術ノート: Raman 分光法(イントロ)
アプリケーションノート: 顕微鏡手術中の皮膚腫瘍の診断
アプリケーションノート: aman分光法による分子構造探査

Luminescence

Luminescence spectroscopy is used for a large variety of applications including for example the study of metal complexes, organic LEDs (OLEDs), quantum dots, cell dynamics, stand-off detection of chemical compounds (e.g. explosives) or scintillators properties measurement. Key techniques include:

  • Fluorescence
  • Photoluminescence
  • Cathodoluminescence
  • Chemiluminescence

Further Reading
App Note: Determination of Fluorescence Lifetimes using TRLFS
App Note: Characterization of Single Quantum Wires 
App Note: Magneto-Photoluminence in Si Nanocrystals

Absorption / Transmission / Reflection

Ultraviolet Visible Near-Infra red (UV-Vis-NIR) spectroscopy is useful to characterise the absorption, transmission, and reflectivity of a variety of materials such as pigments, biological, coatings, windows, filters, or analyse the dynamics of chemical reactions. Variations of these spectroscopy techniques include:

  • Transient absorption (pump/probe)
  • Diffuse Reflectance

Further Reading
Tech Note: Intro to Absorption, Transmission & Reflection
App Note: Spectral Response of Glucose

OES and LIBS

Optical Emission Spectroscopy (OES) is a fundamental, non-invasive diagnostic technique for a wide range of plasma, and can provide information such as composition and species temperature and energy distribution.

Laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) is used to determine the elemental composition of various solids, liquids and gases. A high power laser pulse is focused on to a sample to create a plasma. Emission from the atoms and ions in the plasma is collected and analysed by a spectrograph and gated detector to determine the elemental composition or the elemental concentrations in the sample.

Further Reading
Case Study: Automated 2D elemental mapping by LIBS
Case Study: Stand-off LIBS
Webinar: Basic Principles of LIBS

Micro-Spectroscopy

Micro-spectroscopy covers a very wide range of spectroscopy modalities with the common character that the spectroscopic measurement is made on the microscopic scale. Andor spectroscopy systems are routinely used for Raman-based techniques including:

  • Micro- Raman and Fluorescence/Photoluminescence
  • Diffuse Scattering micro-spectroscopy
  • Multiphoton micro-spectroscopy

Further Reading
Tech Note: Modular Solutions for Micro-Spectroscopy
App Note: Micro-Spectroscopy as a Diagnostic Aid to Skin Cancers

Non-Linear Spectroscopy

Non-linear (NL) spectroscopy encompasses a number of optical techniques that can be used to study for example interfacial and surface processes, ultrafast dynamic processes (pump-probe technique), light transport or assist in the understanding of nanoparticles/nanostructures unique optical properties. Key techniques include:

  • Second harmonic generation (SHG) spectroscopy
  • Sum-frequency generation (SFG) spectroscopy
  • Pump-probe transient absorption
  • Coherent Anti-Stokes Raman Scattering (CARS)

Further Reading
App Note: Spectral Characterization of Quantum Light
App Note: Nearfield Spectroscopy of a ZnO Thin Film

Material Science

Optical spectroscopy can provide analytical information on materials from the micro to the nano-scale, through a number of techniques with a large range of sensitivity, resolution and flexibility requirements. Examples include:

  • Quantum dots
  • Carbon nanotubes
  • Nanowires
  • Organic LEDs (OLEDs)
  • Thin films
  • Scintillators
  • Powder/explosives

Further Reading
App Note: Chemical Analysis of Nanostructures by TERS
App Note: Nearfield Spectroscopy of a ZnO Thin Film

Chemical Processes

Optical spectroscopy can be used to non-invasively study the changes in the composition of chemical(s) or material(s).

Chemical reaction products or transient behaviours can be probed by Andor Spectroscopy systems through a variety of techniques based on Raman, transient absorption / pump-probe or fluorescence.

Further Reading
App Note: Quantitative Monitoring of Biphasic Reactions 
App Note: Reaction Monitoring using UV-Resonance Raman
App Note: Reaction monitoring using SWIR Raman Spectroscopy

Life Science - Biomedical

Optical spectroscopy can provide very specific analytical information in a non-invasive matter for a range of bio-samples, often as a complement to microscopy imaging (micro-spectroscopy) or visual inspection.

 

Field of applications include for example cancer cell in vivo and ex vivo screening and cancer diagnostics, non-invasive monitoring of patient bio-parameters or cell sorting.

Further Reading
App Note: Identification of Lung Cancers
App Note: Diagnosis of skin tumors during micrographic surgery
App Note: Optical Spectroscopy in Biomedical research

Plasma Studies

Plasmas can be artificially produced by different means (e.g. laser ablation, coupling of capacitive / inductive power source to ionised gas). The understanding of their properties and dynamics is relevant to a number fields such as fusion, thin films deposition, micro-electronics, material characterization, display systems, surface treatment, fundamental physics, environmental & health.

Gated detectors can be used to determine optical parameters from which fundamental plasma properties can be derived. Accurate nanosecond-scale gating of image intensifier-based detectors can be used to sample plasma dynamics, or to isolate the useful plasma information generated by pulsed lasers.

Further Reading
App Note: PLIF as a Plasma Diagnostic
App Note: Broadband Cavity-enhanced Absorption Spectroscopy
App Note: Thomson Scattering

分光器アクセサリ

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入出力用光カプリング
  • 光ファイバ、X-Y調整可能カプラおよびFナンバマッチャ
  • サンプルチャンバ
  • 電動または手動スリット
  • フィルタホイール
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顕微鏡‐分光器カプリング
  • 直接/間接検出用分光器‐顕微鏡カプリング
  • モジュール式筐体構造
  • µ-Manager ソフトウェア制御
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スキャニング用アクセサリ
  • UV-IR分光器用シングルポイント検出器(PMT、InGaAs、PbS、MCTなど)
  • データ取得ユニット
  • ロックインアンプおよびチョッパ
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分光測定用検出器

UVからNIR、SWIRに至る広範囲の波長に対して高感度、高速、高ダイナミックレンジでの検出を行います。

iDus CCD

UV-VIS-NIR-SWIRおよびRaman分光分析に適した高感度・ディープクーリングプラットフォーム

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InGaAs

SWIR分光分析に適した高感度・ディープクーリングプラットフォーム

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Newton EM/CCD

高速過渡現象研究または化学マッピングに適した高速・高感度プラットフォーム

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iStar CCD & sCMOS

プラズマ力学およびLIBSに最適な高時間分解能・高感度Nsゲート式プラットフォーム

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Zyla sCMOS

蛍光発光または吸収による動的現象研究に適した超高速・高ダイナミックレンジプラットフォーム

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iXon EMCCD

蛍光発光または吸収による動的現象研究に適した超高速・高ダイナミックレンジプラットフォーム

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分光分析ソフトウェアソリューション

Spectroscopy software on monitors

Solis Acquisition Software - 32-bitおよび64-bit(フル)のWindows(Vista、7および8)対応で、データ取得やデータ処理用の多彩な機能を提供します。さらにはAndor社製のカメラ、分光器、電動アクセサリの同時制御も可能です。

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Software Development Kit - お手持ちのアプリケーションからAndor社製のShamrock分光器の操作を可能とするソフトウェア開発キットです。Windows(Vista, 7および8)対応32 bit Librariesと互換性があります。 C/C++、C#、VB6、LabVIEW およびLinuxにも対応します。

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顕微分光用 µ-Manager - 生命科学分野で多用される統合モジュール型顕微分光器の設定操作用のソフトウェアで、電動顕微鏡およびその付属品に対しシームレスな操作および保守をおこなうためのソフトウェアとして業界トップです。複雑な実験計画に対応した統合型のシーケンス構築とマクロインタフェースを可能とします。

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分光測定に関する資料

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参考文献

Author Title  Year
Nuria Tort et al Multimodal Plasmonic Biosensing Nanostructures Prepared by DNA-Directed immobilization of Multifunctional DNA-Gold Nanoparticles 2016
P. Němec et al Spectrally-and polarization-resolved hyper-Rayleigh scattering measurements with polarization-insensitive detection 2016
Ye Tian et al Elemental analysis of powders with surface-assisted thin film laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy 2016
Paul Brunet et al Deposition of homogeneous carbon‐TiO2 composites by atmospheric pressure DBD 2016
Jean-François Gravel et al Oil Pipeline Standoff Leak Detection: A Novel Approach for Airborne Remote Detection of Small Leaks 2016
Michiyo Motoyama et al Simultaneous imaging of fat crystallinity and crystal polymorphic types by Raman microspectroscopy 2016
R. Mohun et al Charged defects during alpha-irradiation of actinide oxides as revealed by Raman and luminescence spectroscopy 2016
Yu W. Wang et al Multiplexed Molecular Imaging with Targeted SERS Nanoparticles for Rapid Tumor Detection 2016
Seung Yoo Choi et al Synthesis of upconversion nanoparticles conjugated with graphene oxide quantum dots and their use against cancer cell imaging and photodynamic therapy 2016
A. Hamdi et al TiO2-CdS Nanocomposites: Effect of CdS Oxidation on the Photocatalytic Activity 2016
Adil Meraki et al Thermoluminescence Dynamics During Destructions of Porous Structures Formed by Nitrogen Nanoclusters in Bulk Superfluid Helium 2016
Giuseppe Licari et al Fluorescent DNA probes at liquid/liquid interfaces studied by surface second harmonic generation 2016
Gulab Singh Maurya et al Analysis of impurities on contaminated surface of the tokamak limiter using laser induced breakdown spectroscopy 2016
L. Liang et al Optofluidic restricted imaging, spectroscopy and counting of nanoparticles by evanescent wave using immiscible liquids 2016
Benjamin Gardner et al Non-invasive chemically specific measurement of subsurface temperature in biological tissues using surface-enhanced spatially offset Raman spectroscopy 2016
Zhiyu Liao et al DMD-based software-configurable spatially-offset Raman spectroscopy for spectral depth-profiling of optically turbid samples 2016
Zuzana Bajuszova et al Cavity-Enhanced Immunoassay Measurements in Microtiter Plates Using BBCEAS 2016
Arvi Freiberg et al Spectral and kinetic effects accompanying the assembly of core complexes of Rhodobacter sphaeroides 2016
M Pinto et al Surface characterization of stainless HP-40 steel using laser induced μ-breakdown spectroscopy (μ-LIBS) 2016
Léna Bassel et al Laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy for elemental characterization of calcitic alterations on cave walls 2016
S. Almaviva et al Laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy for the remote detection of explosives at level of fingerprints 2016
Matthew R. Bailey et al SERS Speciation of the Electrochemical Oxidation-Reduction of Riboflavin 2016
Andreas Ehn et al Setup for microwave stimulation of a turbulent low-swirl flame 2016
Roland Ackermann et al Femtosecond Two-Beam Coherent Anti-Stokes Raman Scattering for High Pressure Gas Analysis 2016
Martin Höhl et al UV-resonance Raman spectroscopy of amino acids 2016