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How Does a CMOS Camera Work?

Complementary metal-oxide semiconductor (CMOS) sensors are now one of the most widely used in camera technologies. Some of the advantages of CMOS technologies for camera sensors include their compact size, low-power draw, and generally cost-effective architectures.1 What makes CMOS sensors so space and power efficient is the integration of the electronics into the sensor itself. […]

Semiconductor wafer

Characterising CMP Pads with Nanoindentation

How to use dynamic nanoindentation characterise CMP pads. In this example, the Bruker Hysitron TS 77 Select was employed to quantitatively measure the viscoelastic properties of a hard pad.

This is a robust, reliable method for examining CMP pad surface quality and processes.

Nordic Workshop on Scattering from Soft Matter

Nordic Workshop on Scattering from Soft Matter: 17-18 Jan 2018

Visit us at the scientific conference at Medicon Village in Lund, Sweden.

Raman Spectroscopy Webinar

Latest Developments in Raman Spectroscopy Webinar Recording

Missed our webinar about the latest developments in Raman spectroscopy? Watch the recorded version here; the complete webinar’s around an hour long, and the first part is available to watch below. The next section will be published shortly – follow Blue Scientific on Linked In or Twitter for updates! If you have any questions, please […]

Bruker Micro-XRF

Bruker Selects Blue Scientific as UK Agent for Micro XRF

We are proud to announce that Blue Scientific┬áhas been appointed by Bruker as the exclusive agents for Bruker’s Micro X-ray Fluorescence (XRF) product range throughout the UK and Ireland. Bruker Micro-XRF Micro XRF is a non-destructive technique for elemental analysis of a diverse range of samples, including inhomogeneous and irregularly shaped specimens. The product line […]