Super DEMON - Pushing the Limits
LTB Lasertechnik Berlin launches new high resolution model of its double echelle monochromator series DEMON
The increased resolution makes isotopic shift investigations of elements like Plutonium or Lithium possible now. The standard DEMON spectrometer has already shown its unique capability in measuring the isotopic shift of Uranium. Using laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS), these isotopic shifts are measured within a second and without sample preparation. Only optical access to the sample is required.
The Super DEMON is also an excellent measuring instrument in the development, production control and quality testing of diode lasers. In contrast to interferometric setups, it allows the user to simultaneously monitor spectral bandwidth, intensity profile and absolute wavelength. The simultaneous wavelength detection can be utilized for monitoring different “side modes” and energy distributions. The robust optical design is perfectly suited for long-term wavelength stability tests.
The fiber-coupled easy-to-use spectrometers of the DEMON series are based on a patented optical design with pre-monochromator and echelle grating developed by the ISAS Berlin. They can be equipped with different types of detectors, CCDs or ICCDs. The high light throughput makes them the ideal tool for low light applications as well as ultra-short pulse applications.
LTB Lasertechnik Berlin GmbH is a leading developer and manufacturer of short-pulse lasers, high-resolution spectrometers and laser-based measuring systems. Main application fields of its products are MALDI-TOF mass spectroscopy, LIF, FRET, LIBS and Raman spectroscopy. Further information on the company may be obtained from: www.ltb-berlin.de.
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