Nanospectroscopy

Nanospectroscopy basically refers to accomplishing spectroscopy with nanometer spatial tenacity with the occurrence of the nanotechnology perspective, studying spectacles at nanometer scales has turn out to be an important field of research. Spectroscopy studies the collaboration of electromagnetic radiation with matter, and to read the phenomena at nanometer sizes, it should be restrained to the nanometer scale.  Nanospectroscopy is dedicated to inventive and thorough works on fresh techniques or methods to accomplish spectroscopy with a nanometric spatial determination and to the exploration and discovery of new portents at the nanometer scale near the border between physics, chemistry and biology. Nanospectroscopy furthermore bids both theoretical and experimental innovative improvements in the quickly escalating field of nanosciences. The study of nanostructured materials necessitates logical techniques that association X-ray spectroscopy with electron microscopy. The nanospectroscopy beam line at Electra activates a state of the art Spectroscopic Photoemission and low energy electron microscope(SPLEEM). This powerful mechanism offers a comprehensive range of matching methods given that structural, chemical and magnetic sensitivity.

  • Nanoimaging in Nanospectroscopy
  • Nanomaterial structure in spectroscopy
  • Infrared vibrational Nanospectroscopy by self-referenced interferometry
  • Cryo-tomography and Nanospectroscopy with the new BESSY TXM
  • Magnetic Nanoparticles in spectroscopy

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