Article - 17 Sep 2020
Discover the endless possibilities and capabilities of Laue Cameras in this article.
Article - 22 Dec 2021
Two-Photon Excited Fluorescence is a powerful imaging technique that offers advantages such as reduced photobleaching, reduced scattering, and increased imaging depth.
Article - 3 Jul 2019
Sum-Frequency Generation is an optical phenomenon, wherein two photons impinge on a sample surface and generate a third photon at the sum of their frequency.
Article - 18 Oct 2021
The most powerful lasers in the world can reach up to 10 petawatts (10 quadrillion, or 10,000,000,000,000,000,000 watts) of emitted light. They are used to study extreme plasmas and other rare...
Article - 15 Oct 2021
A team of researchers at Nagoya University has found a way to create light-emitting diodes (LEDs) that will emit chiral valley polarized light and operate at room temperature.
Article - 5 May 2021
Raman and infrared spectroscopy have long been workhorses of the analytical chemistry community for their ability to provide quantitative and qualitative information on molecular species and...
Article - 28 Apr 2020
UC Santa Barbara’s Solid State Lighting and Energy Electronics Center (SSLEEC) have been working on using new materials to produce UV LEDs optimized to emit in the UV-C region, and these are now being...
Article - 15 May 2013
Neodymium-doped yttrium lithium fluoride is the most common lasing medium for diode-pumped and arc lamp-pumped solid-state lasers.
Article - 30 May 2012
This article gives an overview of how lasers work and their basic operating principles.
Article - 12 Mar 2014
Optical pumping is a process in which light energy is used to excite electrons from a lower to higher energy level. It was first developed by Alfred Kastler in the early 1950s. It is primarily used to...