News & Announcements
Princeton Instruments congratulates Prof. Jing Zhao of the University of Connecticut on the recent publication of “Blue Shifted Narrow Localized Surface Plasmon Resonance from Dipole Coupling in Gold Nanoparticles Random Arrays” (J. Phys. Chem. C, 2014, DOI: 10.1021/jp508181g).
Dan Heller and coworkers at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center describe important advances in noncovalent functionalization of carbon nanotubes in a recent issue of Journal of the American Chemical Society (DOI: 10.1021/ja505529n).
Researchers in Australia Use Princeton Instruments IsoPlane® Spectrometer To Detect Distortion-Free Extinction Spectrum of NanoparticlesMay 1, 2014
Princeton Instruments applauds the recent work of Saulius Juodkazis on a line of nanoparticles in array was imaged and an extinction spectrum was detected without distortions thanks to the sharp focus and astigmatism compensation of the Princeton Instruments IsoPlane spectrometer utilized by the group.
New InGaAs Camera Engineered for Advanced, Low-Light, NIR/SWIR Applications in Life and Physical SciencesMarch 18, 2014
Princeton Instruments is pleased to introduce a new member of the NIRvana® family of InGaAs imaging cameras, the NIRvana 640ST. Princeton Instruments’ scientific-grade NIRvana camera series is the world’s first to utilize a deep-cooled indium gallium arsenide (InGaAs) focal plane array for research.
Researchers at University of Wisconsin-Madison Measure 2D SFG Spectrum of a Peptide Using Princeton Instruments CCD CameraMarch 11, 2014
Princeton Instruments, a leading manufacturer of sensitive low-light imaging and spectroscopic instruments, hails the landmark 2D SFG measurements performed on an interface-bound peptide by the Zanni group at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Princeton Instruments is pleased to announce the availability of the new IsoPlane® 160 imaging spectrograph. The IsoPlane 160 brings the award-winning performance of Princeton Instruments’ IsoPlane SCT 320 to a smaller-footprint instrument.