Nanomaterials

What is Nanomaterials?

Nanomaterials is a major field of advance material research. Over the last three decades, nanomaterials, especially, polymer and silicon based materials, have experienced tremendous rise in interest due to the extraordinary ability to manipulate their structure and composition at the atom level, leading to the development of novel materials with unique properties that were not available before. Today, nanomaterials are used over a wide range of applications including automotive, semiconductors, energy storage and biomedical, to name just few examples.

HORIBA offers a large choice of innovative technologies such as Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy [SERS], steady state and lifetime fluorescence, photoluminescence, ellipsometry and particle size analysis to support a wide range of nanomaterials applications.

Browse Applications

Experimental Assessment of Metal Nanostructures as Effective SERS Substrates
Photoluminescence of InGaAs/GaAs Quantum Dots
The NanoLog Series: A New Generation of Performance
Measuring Silica Nanoparticles via Fluorescence Anisotropy
Measuring PL Upconversion Spectra and Lifetimes of Lanthanide-Doped Nanoparticles
Ellipsometric Characterization and Modeling of Different Types of Nanoparticles
AFM picture of composite layer of Gold nanoparticles into PVA matrix. The picture illustrates typical surface topography of such samples.
Nanophotonics with Fluorescence Instruments
Raman Imaging of a Single Gallium Nitride Nanowire: Pushing the Limits of Confocal Microscopy
Mapping of the nanowire performed by recording step-spectra at every 200 nm with an integration time of 1s.
Low Temperature Macro Photoluminescence and PLE System
Better Data on Carbon Nanotubes with the NanoLog
Ellipsometric modeling of NanoParticles
Pulsed RF GDOES for the analysis of films containing metal and metal oxide nanoparticles
Photoluminescence Spectroscopy of Quantum Dots
Photoluminescence Spectroscopy of Quantum Dots
Near-IR Photoluminescence of Quantum Dots
Better Signal-to-Noise Ratios for Carbon Nanotube Spectra
Better Signal-to-Noise Ratios for Carbon Nanotube Spectra
Fluorescence Spectra from Carbon Nanotubes with the NanoLog
Fluorescence Spectra from Carbon Nanotubes

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