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Microscopy SpectrometerThe Bigfoot spectrometer from MONSTR Sense Technologies is a multi-functional ultrafast spectrometer capable of measuring signals at the diffraction-limited focus of a microscope.

The device combines advanced ultrafast measurements of vibrational and electronic sample properties like transient absorption, coherent Raman, and multidimensional spectroscopies into a single device. The spectrometer can also perform linear absorption spectroscopy to accompany more advanced methods. The Bigfoot system is easy to use with a one-time alignment of a laser into the device and intuitive software.

The line of Bigfoot models can be integrated with pulsed lasers having wavelengths between 350 and 1300 nm, with all models support repetition frequencies between 50 kHz and >1 GHz. The spectral resolution of the standard system is software tunable down to 0.01 meV. Popular applications include characterizing electronic and excitonic properties in semiconductor nanostructures, classifying defects in semiconductors, and measuring ultrafast processes in living cells.

Jan/Feb 2021

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