Princeton Instruments products are used in a variety of imaging applications including astronomy, Bose-Einstein condensate, combustion, nanotechnology and dynamic neutron radiography, to name a few.
Astronomical imaging can be broadly divided into two categories: steady-state imaging, in which long exposures are required to capture ultra-low-light-level objects, and time-resolved photometry, in which integration times range from milliseconds to a few seconds.
Bose-Einstein condensate (BEC) can be regarded as matter made from matter waves,formed when a gas composed of “bosonic” particles is cooled very close to absolute zero.
Combustion science research is vitally important to many daily activities, including transportation, energy production, heating, fire safety, manufacturing, and cooking. Between fuel consumption and pollutant emissions, combustion affects people and the environment.
Dynamic neutron radiography (dNR) is utilized for time-dependent, nondestructive investigations enabling researchers to acquire real-time data and observe the inner workings of a system whose components often cannot be seen using other radiation modalities, such as x-rays.