|Jul 17 2014||Matlab||Matlab software||Review by ihliman Score: 4/5. Very good software for numerical use. Easy and forgiving syntax. User interface could use some improvement.|
|Jul 17 2014||National Instruments||HW and SW||Review by ihliman Score: 3/5. NI has rather expensive, but universally used and adopted devices. For quick data aquisition, you can look elsewhere, but for industrial level use, they are a good choice.|
|Jul 16 2014||Newport||LS Series LabSources||Release Bench top fiber optic laser source modules specifically designed for Raman Spectroscopy & are available with single or dual wavelength outputs. Other applications include bioinstrumentation, cytometry, interferometry and metrology. Modules utilize Volume Bragg Grating™ technology for superior wavelength stability and narrow linewidth < 0.1 nm. Available in wavelengths of 647, 785, 830, and 1064 nm; with multimode fiber output and programmable via integrated USB interface. Newport|
|Jul 16 2014||Malvern||Zetasizer Helix||Release Powerful tool for early stage biopharmaceutical development that enables the detailed study of mechanisms of protein aggregation. New system combines Zetasizer dynamic light scattering (DLS) technology, for sizing of proteins and other biomolecules, with Raman spectroscopy to enable monitoring of the changes in secondary and tertiary protein structure. The combination of DLS and Raman spectroscopy allows measurement of protein size and structure from a single small volume sample, providing unique insight into protein folding, unfolding, aggregation, agglomeration and oligomerization. Such detailed information supports both the effective application of Quality by Design and the efficient development of biosimilars. Malvern|
|Jul 15 2014||Exfo||New BrixNGN Infrastructure Performance Suite||Release As network equipment transitions to virtualized and software-centric architectures, the need to monitor performance while guaranteeing availability and response time of critical network services is essential to ensuring quality network operation. The suite enables correlation of service-level KPIs with key infrastructure metrics such as port speed and flow performance as well as CPU, memory and interface utilization etc Exfo|
|Jul 15 2014||Edmund optics||TECHSPEC Fused Silica Wafers||Release Wafers exhibit less than 10Ĺ Surface Roughness with a surface quality of 40-20. Each Wafer ultrasonically cleaned and is delivered in contaminant-free packaging to ensure highest quality. Available in 100 mm, 200 mm and 300 mm diameters RoHS compliant, all have thicknesses of 1.00mm and a transmission range of 0.2-2.2μm Edmund optics|
|Jul 12 2014||Bruker||Inspire Scanning Probe Microscope||Release SPM for infrared system for 10-nanometer spatial resolution in chemical and materials property mapping.Features nanoscale infrared reflection and absorption mapping for applications such as characterization of microphases and their interfaces in polymer blends, plasmons in the two-dimensional electron gas of graphene, and chemical heterogeneity in complex materials and thin films. Bruker|
|Jul 11 2014||Newport||ValuMax Mirrors and Lenses||Release MIRRORS: extends ValuMax® optics series with 2 inch optical mirrors & new family of N-BK7 plano convex lenses. ValuMax mirrors cover range 250 nm to 20 µm. LENSES: ValuMax N-BK7 plano convex lenses similar to KPX series, with relaxed specs & lower cost, std diameters from 6.35 mm to 25.4 mm. Newport|
|Jul 10 2014||Spectra-p||InSight DS+||Release >1.2 W @ 900nm, >1.0 W @ 1000nm & >0.7 W @ 1200nm.Continuous, 680-1300nm gap-free tuning. The short <120 fs pulse widths and other features give imaging penetration depths >1 mm. A 2nd synchronized beam at 1041 nm available for advanced imaging technique Spectra-p|
|Jul 10 2014||RSoft Photonics CAD||LaserMOD||Review by christophharder(Schweiz) Score: 5/5. Outstanding and in my opinion best implementation of physics into diode laser modelling, including transport, recombination, absorption and jould heating. Based on Minilase physics originally developped by Prof Hess|
|Custom code entry|
|Return n for Au in steps of 50 nm in .csv format using full array computation. Display using disp() Full coding guidelines and material references||
Selected functions currently supported:|
Click on link to auto-fill code entry window with desired material: GaAs , GaN , Si , Ge , Al2O3 , ITO , SiO2a , Si3N4 , Cr , Fe , Ni , Cu , Ti , Au , Al , Mo , SN16_300 , SN18_300 , SN20_300 , SN40_300 , AZO , ZNO_NR_TOP , ZNO_NR_BOT , Au_NANO1 , Au_NANO2 , Ag_NANO1 , Ag_NANO2 , AgLPHP , ITO_NANO , PPX_Ag_5 , PPX_Ag_7 , PPX_Ag_9 , PPX_Ag_11 , PPX_Ag_15 , PPX_Ag_0 , KNTN_1 , p1985_6Au_5Kap_8nn , ATO
|Index of Refraction|
* Return the refractive index of a (fixed ratio) substance at a given wavelength,l (nm). Further information also may be given.
* The absolute refractive index (i.e. with resp. to vacuum) is returned, unless stated otherwise. Click here for more index of refraction terminology.
l:nm temp deg C passcode:
|Light at Interface|
Arbitrary reflection on complex material. Calculate the reflected amplitude coefficients and phase shifts for linearly polarized light at an arbitrary polarization azimuth angle, incident at an arbitrary angle on a material of arbitrary real or complex index of refraction.
Two sets of results are given: ideal zero smoothness and rough surface, with impact calculated per the Kirchoff approximation.