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THz Time-Domain Spectrometer

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Terahertz Time-Domain SpectrometerThe Newport Terahertz Time-Domain Spectrometer (THz-TDS) from MKS Instruments Inc. is designed for the scientific research market.

The THz-TDS is designed to work with amplified, femtosecond laser sources. The device can be used by researchers to study carrier dynamics in semiconductors on a very short time scale, enabling broader application potential within physics, chemistry, and biological research areas.

The Newport THz-TDS generates terahertz radiation using two-color laser induced plasma, which then passes through the sample of interest before being electro-optically detected by a timed gate pulse in a zinc telluride crystal with a quarter-wave plate and Wollaston prism. The THz-TDS is typically pumped with an external Optical Parametric Amplifier to excite the samples in the UV to MIR radiation range, allowing for Thz spectroscopy of the excited state of the sample.

Jan 2019

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