Ph.D. Physical Chemistry, M.Chem. Chemistry
Dr. Rebecca Ingle is a researcher in the field of ultrafast spectroscopy, where she specializes in using X-ray and optical spectroscopies to track precisely what happens during light-triggered chemical reactions. Her enthusiasm for science communication led to her starting as a science writer during her undergraduate, and since then she has contributed to numerous magazines, blogs, and newspapers. She particularly loves writing about all things lasers and optics.
One advantage of working with electrons over photons is that the greater mass of the electron means that even slower-moving particles have much shorter wavelengths. This results in a smaller diffraction limit and it is much easier to achieve higher imaging resolution.
Raman spectroscopy has become a widespread, routine tool for the identification and quantitative analysis of chemical compounds.
Raman spectroscopy is a powerful tool for chemical identification in a range of fields, from winemaking, to quality control in pharmaceutical manufacturing and forensic analysis.
This article discusses using laser sensors for gas analysis applications.
The Qualifire™ laser interferometer from Zygo offers a new approach to phase shifting interferometry.
This product profile describes the features and applications of the 2030PV PRO™ microspectrophotometer.
The Monarc Pro T System turns any microscope into an optically-coupled microscope, enabling in-situ discovery for photoactive catalyst studies.
AZoOptics features a new interview with Rebecca Spiecker of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, discussing the development of a new X-ray technique that allows better imaging and analysis of living organisms.
In this interview, AZoOptics speaks with Teledyne Dalsa about the key roles of optics when it comes to Machine Vision Systems.
Dr. Mustafa Kansiz
In this interview conducted at Pittcon 2023 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, we spoke to Mustafa Kansiz, Director of Product Management and Marketing at Photothermal Spectroscopy Corp, about O-PTIR, a new and alternative infrared spectroscopy method.