Nanoscale IR spectroscopy, chemical imaging and property mapping
The Bruker Anasys nanoIR3 is a nanoscale IR spectroscopy, chemical imaging and property mapping system for materials and life science applications.
- True model-free nanoscale IR absorption spectroscopy
- 10nm resolution chemical imaging with Tapping AFM-IR
- High resolution nanoIR spectroscopy in seconds
- Rich, interpretable IR spectra that correlate directly with FTIR
- Correlative microscopy with nanoscale property mapping and full-featured AFM
HYPERspectra: Spectra in Seconds
Acquire nanoscale FTIR spectra in seconds. HYPERspectra laser technology extends resonance-enhanced AFM-IR to a wider spectroscopic range (including the OH, C-H stretch and N-H stretch regions). This sets new standards of resolution and sensitivity for a range of applications, with direct correlation to FTIR at the nanoscale.
Tapping AFM-IR: Sub-10nm Chemical Imaging
Tapping AFM-IR imaging (patent pending) gives you high resolution chemical mapping at a fast speed. This is useful for a range of applications, including chemical composition maps of polymers, multilayer films and tiny, thin contaminants.
Multi-Modal Imaging: Nanoscale Material Property Mapping
An integrated, full-featured afm adds unique material property mapping capabilities. Use thermal, mechanical
and electrical modes for multi-modal characterisation of materials and biological samples.
POINTspectra: Imaging and Spectroscopy from One Laser
With infrared-based chemical imaging, you can map chemical variations. With PointSpectra, a single laser source is used for both point spectroscopy and chemical imaging. This is ensures accurate correlation, as well as being faster and more cost-effective.