K-Space Imaging and Excitation Using Fourier Microscopy
Technical Report,01 Sep 2014,31 Aug 2015
CUNY - City College of New York New York United States
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This instrumentation grant helped develop a Fourier space k-space imaging and spectroscopy facility in the PIs laboratory at CCNY. The k-space imaging system consists of an Olympus inverted microscope with the back Fourier plane of the objective focused into the slit of a Princeton Instruments monochromator and detected by an EMCCD camera. The input to the inverted microscope is either a laser for photoluminescence or a white light source for reflection and absorption measurements.
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