3701 Kirby Dr, Ste 994
Houston, TX 77098
713-521-1450
info@appliednano.com

The NS2 NanoSpectralyzer®

NS2 is the world's only three-in-one spectrometer for carbon nanotubes. The NS2 provides all of model NS1’s state-of-the-art capabilities for analyzing SWCNT samples through near-IR fluorescence and absorption. In addition, the NS2 captures Raman spectra of all CNTs, whether single-walled, multi-walled aggregated, large diameter, or chemically altered. All spectra are automatically measured with a single placement of the sample cuvette. Sophisticated software then performs integrated data analysis to characterize the CNT sample.

 

NS2 Convenience Features

  • Turn-key system, compact footprint
  • Quiet operation, low power consumption
  • Eye-safe CDRH Class 1 laser device
  • Low maintenance, cryogen-free
  • Includes computer, software, installation, & warranty
  • Free software updates for three years

NS2 Measurement Features

  • Multifunctionality (NIR fluorescence, Raman, NIR and visible absorption)
  • Four lasers for excitation of SWCNT fluorescence emission
  • One laser for excitation of single and multi-walled CNT Raman scattering
  • Sensitive near-IR fluorescence detection from 900 to 1600 nm
  • Raman spectroscopy of RBM, D, G, and G’ bands
  • Rapid absorption spectroscopy from 400 to 1600 nm
  • Flexible, integrated data acquisition and analysis software
  • Small sample volume capability
  • Flow cell compatibility
  • Kinetics mode for monitoring eluent streams or chemical reactions

  


 

*Our products undergo continuous revision to improve performance and include recent scientific innovations, so instrument and software appearance and options available may change.  Additionally, we are happy to work with you to customize many of our products to address specific application needs. Contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. 

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NanoSpectralyzer Model Comparison
(S= Standard; O= Optional) NS1 NS2 NS3
Near-IR emission S S S
Near-IR absorption S S S
Visible absorption S S S
Raman (1 laser)   S O
Raman (2 lasers)     O
Visible emission     O
Extended NIR emission O O O
Extended NIR absorption O O O
UV absorption     O
External signal port     O
Laser output port     O
Vertical sample scanning O O O
Reduced sample volume O O O

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NS2 & NS3 NanoSpectralyzer Specifications

Fluorescence excitation laser λ

532, 638, 671, and 785 nm (or customized)

Fluorescence geometry

High numerical aperture epifluorescence

Fluorescence spectral range

900-1600 nm

Near-infrared detector type

512 element TE-cooled InGaAs array

Raman excitation laser λ

532 or 671 nm (select when ordering)

Raman spectral range

150 to 3000 cm-1 shift

Raman spectral resolution

6 cm-1 

Raman detector type

2048 pixel TE-cooled Si CCD

Absorption light source

Stabilized tungsten-halogen lamp

Absorption spectral range

410-1600 nm

Absorption spectral resolution

6 nm (NIR), 1 nm (vis)

Absorption ceiling

3 AU (NIR and vis)

Visible detector type

2048 pixel Si CCD

Absorbance noise (rms), NIR

< 2 x 10-4 AU at 0 AU for 10 s integration

Absorbance noise (rms), visible

< 5 x 10-4 AU at 0 AU for 10 s integration

Minimum sample volume

120 μL (or 50 μL , optional)

Data acquisition time (typical)

2 minutes for full set of spectra

Power consumption

75 W (excluding computer)

Main Optical Module dimensions

 18.5" W x 22" D x 7" H      (470 x 560 x 180 mm)

System weight

50 lbs/23 kg (excluding computer)

 

Near-infrared fluorescence spectrum (900-1600 nm) with five excitation lasers

Visible absorption spectrum (410-900 nm)

Near-infrared absorption spectrum (900-1600 nm)       

Raman spectrum with 671 nm excitation laser

 *Sample is a single-walled carbon nanotube suspension in H2O

3701 Kirby Dr, Ste 994  •  Houston, TX 77098  •  713-521-1450  •  info@appliednano.com