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LightForm Inc: Pioneering Analytical Hyperspectral Microscopy Since 1996
Hyperspectral image of composite gold and silver nanowires Gold spectrum from side of the nanowire Hyperspectral image of the tip of gold silver nanowire Spectral characterization of top of silver nanowire

Hyperspectral Imaging Gold or Silver Nanorods

Using The PARISS Hyperspectral Microscope

In this application PARISS was used in darkfield scattered light in % reflection/absorption. The nanorods shown below are 320nm x 6mm comprising both gold and silver. It is evident that the spectra presented was not uniform.  In one case near IR reflection was considerably less than in the other Note that the gold spectra are very close to, but not identical, to pure bulk gold
Spectrum of pure bulk gold
Pure bulk gold
All spectra are pseudo-color-coded and correlate with spectra found in the PARISS library.  Spectra that do not meet a user selected minimum correlation coefficient are presented in “gray”
PARISS hyperspectral microscope set-up for darkfield imaging gold and silver nanorods
Hyperspectral microscope with xenon illumination for nanorod analysis
175 or 300 W Xenon illumination ensures the smallest detail in nanorods will be revealed.
Video Hyperspectral darkfield microscopy
This video describes the optimum set-up conditions for hyperspectral analysis of nanorods
PARISS analytical spectroscopy functions
LightForm Inc: Pioneering Analytical Hyperspectral Microscopy Since 1996
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Copyright © LightForm Inc, 2017
Hyperspectral image of composite gold and silver nanowires Gold spectrum from side of the nanowire Hyperspectral image of the tip of gold silver nanowire Spectral characterization of top of silver nanowire
Hyperspectral Imaging Gold or Silver Nanorods Using The PARISS Hyperspectral Microscope
In this application PARISS was used in darkfield scattered light in % reflection/absorption. The nanorods shown below are 320nm x 6mm comprising both gold and silver. It is evident that the spectra presented was not uniform.  In one case near IR reflection was considerably less than in the other Note that the gold spectra are very close to, but not identical, to pure bulk gold
Spectrum of pure bulk gold
Pure bulk gold
All spectra are pseudo-color- coded and correlate with spectra found in the PARISS library.  Spectra that do not meet a user selected minimum correlation coefficient are presented in “gray”
PARISS hyperspectral microscope set-up for darkfield imaging gold and silver nanorods
Hyperspectral microscope with Xenon illumination for nanorod analysis
175 or 300 W Xenon illumination ensures the smallest detail in nanorods will be revealed.
Video Hyperspectral darkfield microscopy
This video describes the optimum set-up conditions for hyperspectral analysis of nanorods
PARISS analytical spectroscopy functions