HORIBA – Microspectrofluorometry – Fluorescence Microfluorometry and Mapping
Fluorescence microfluorometry combines the spatial resolution and light collection of a microscope with the analytical power of spectrofluorometry. Conventional fluorescence microscopy gives images at one or several wavelength bands, but HORIBA’s microfluorometry solutions can give complete steady state spectra or lifetime from any point in the image.
Our microfluorometry products can be as basic as collecting spectra from a single point, to complete mapping solutions whereby the sample is scanned over the x- and y-directions on a precision microscope stage while measuring a spectrum or lifetime at each point.
Applications for fluorescence microfluorimetry include intra- and intercellular biochemistry, PV efficiency analysis, crystal structure of geological specimens, nanotechnology and nanoparticles, materials science, textiles, quality-control of pharmaceuticals, even detection of anomalous features on counterfeit banknotes.
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