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LightForm Inc: Pioneering Analytical Hyperspectral Microscopy Since 1996

PARISS® Hyperspectral Imaging Gold and Silver

Nanoparticles, In Darkfield Light-Scatter.  

Sample types Gold and silver nanoparticles in live cells, tissue, biological prepared samples or as surface coatings Nanoparticle Imaging Hyperspectral mapping the spectral characteristics of gold or silver nanoparticles provides specific distribution and size information in a complex field of view Hyperspectral imaging is non destructive: Benign illumination keeps sample cells alive! The hyperspectral imaging setup can work from 10 to 100X The spectral characteristics presented by Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR) reveals size, shape and proximity
Hyperspectral image of gold nanoparticles internalised in live cells observed in darkfield scatter
Hyperspectral image of gold nanoparticles in live cells revealed in darkfield scatter 
PARISS hyperspectral microscope set-up for darkfield imaging gold or silver nanoparticles.
Hyperspectral image of silver nanoparticles in a field of cells in darkfield scatter
Hyperspectral image of silver nanoparticles in prepared cells. Each color represents a specific spectrum
175 or 300 W Xenon illumination ensures the smallest nanoparticles will be revealed.
Video Hyperspectral darkfield microscopy
This video describes the optimum set-up conditions for hyperspectral analysis of gold or silver nanoparticles
Darkfield hyperspectral microscope with Xenon illumination
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Copyright © LightForm Inc, 2017
LightForm Inc: Pioneering Analytical Hyperspectral Microscopy Since 1996
The Detection and Imaging of Gold and Silver Nanoparticles, in Hyperspectral Dark-Field, Light-Scatter. 
Sample types Gold and silver nanoparticles in live cells, tissue, biological prepared samples or as surface coatings Nanoparticle Imaging Hyperspectral mapping the spectral characteristics of gold or silver nanoparticles provides specific distribution and size information in a complex field of view Hyperspectral imaging is non destructive: Benign illumination keeps sample cells alive! The hyperspectral imaging setup can work from 10 to 100X The spectral characteristics presented by Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR) reveals size, shape and proximity
Hyperspectral image of gold nanoparticles internalised in live cells observed in darkfield scatter
Hyperspectral image of gold nanoparticles in live cells revealed in darkfield scatter 
PARISS hyperspectral microscope set-up for darkfield imaging gold or silver nanoparticles.
Hyperspectral image of silver nanoparticles in a field of cells in darkfield scatter
Hyperspectral image of silver nanoparticles in prepared cells. Each color represents a specific spectrum
175 or 300 W Xenon illumination ensures the smallest nanoparticles will be revealed.
Video Hyperspectral darkfield microscopy
This video describes the optimum set-up conditions for hyperspectral analysis of gold or silver nanoparticles
Darkfield hyperspectral microscope with Xenon illumination