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Princeton Instruments provides state-of-the-art CCD, ICCD, EMCCD, emICCD, X-Ray and InGaAs cameras; spectrometers; spectrographs; imaging systems; optics and coatings that are key to the success of your application.

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New < 500 Picosecond Gating Augments Studies of Atmospheric Pressure Plasma Jets

PI_app_noteThe application note provides an overview of non-thermal APPJ experimental setups for single-jet and multiple-jet studies in addition to the newest relevant imaging technology. Learn how this application was enabled by the PI-MAX 4: 1024i ICCD.
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New Deeply Cooled, Scientific InGaAs Cameras Facilitate NIR-II /SWIR Imaging for Drug Discovery / Small-Animal Research

PI_app_noteThe utilization of materials such as SWNTs, rare-earth–doped phosphors, and quantum dots in concert with deeply cooled, scientific InGaAs cameras, such as the Princeton Instruments NIRvana, holds great promise for the future of in vivo optical imaging applications in the NIR-II / SWIR range. Download the Application Note pdf >>


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Ultra-High-Speed, Time-Resolved Spontaneous Raman Scattering Spectroscopy in Combustion

In combustion, until recently only two temporal optical gating schemes were available to increase signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) for time-resolved spontaneous Raman scattering (SRS) spectroscopy. Dr. Jun Kojima of the Ohio Aerospace Institute has developed another advanced technique for measuring time-resolved SRS spectroscopy in combustion.

Learn more about Dr. Kojima's technique- Download the Application Note >>