Nanolane N-Lab Station for live imaging and analysis at the nanoscale
The Nanolane N-Lab Station uses optical sensors to enable label-free live imaging, surface interaction studies and topographic analyses at the nanometre scale.
The product allows live molecular interactions to be studied on selected areas and adsorption/desorption kinetics of reactions to be calculated. Users can assess sample surface topography (profile section, roughness, 3D view) and track structural and morphological changes in real time. Applications include molecular biology, surfactants, thin films, nanolithography, nanotubes, lab-on-chip devices and more.
The intelligent analytical capabilities are due to the optical contrast-enhanced sensors (SEEC Sensors). These sensors modify the polarisation of light to allow nanoparticles and films to be visualised in static or dynamic mode, in air or liquid.
The station is fully automated. It incorporates an internal microscope with a motorised stage and autofocus, integrated fluidics and temperature control for easy sample analysis. LabSOFT software is the user-friendly interface that facilitates live nanoscale imaging. A proprietary algorithm (Q-SEEC) is used for quantitative measurements and enables the determination of the sample thickness.
For more information, visit https://www.atascientific.com.au/products/nanolane-n-lab-station/.
Phone: 02 9541 3500
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