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  • Article - 13 Oct 2020
    Nanomachines constructed of novel ‘optical matter’ could use laser light to perform tasks on the nanoscale, suggests new research.
  • Article - 12 Oct 2020
    Optics is the study of the origin and propagation of light, how it changes, what effects it produces as it interacts with matter, its various phenomena, and the instruments used to study it. Optics...
  • Article - 9 Oct 2020
    The rapid detection of oil spills in the marine environment is essential for protecting our nature from extensive damage. This article discusses novel photonic technologies for the detection and...
  • Article - 7 Oct 2020
    While the filters are less complex in terms of layer count for the Raman edge-pass, they need to have controlled cut-off values to accommodate the broad-angle ranges of use along with broad and deep...
  • Article - 29 Sep 2020
    Validating authenticity, origin, purity, alcohol content, and safety are common problems in the lucrative alcoholic beverage market and can be solved using Raman spectroscopy.
  • Article - 29 Sep 2020
    Raman is already an established process monitoring tool used in PAT, providing excellent analytical selectivity while being particularly insensitive to water present as solvent or moisture within the...
  • Article - 26 Sep 2020
    With benefits ranging from superior optical performance and design flexibility to robustness and consistency, VPH gratings are ideal for applications like laser pulse compression, spectroscopy, and...
  • Article - 17 Sep 2020
    Discover the endless possibilities and capabilities of Laue Cameras in this article.
  • Article - 2 Sep 2020
    Surface quality specifications refer to the type and amount of allowable imperfections on each of the coated or uncoated surfaces of an optical component.
  • Article - 2 Sep 2020
    Fluorescence filters integrated into imaging and microscopy systems, are as important to the final image as sample preparation and fluorophore selection.