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Posted by Kenneth Burch On April - 5 - 2016 Comments Off on Low vibration high numerical aperture automated variable temperature Raman microscope

Raman micro-spectroscopy is well suited for studying a variety of properties and has been applied to a wide range of areas. Combined with tuneable temperature, Raman spectra can o er even more insights into the properties of materials. However, previous designs of variable temperature Raman microscopes have made it extremely challenging to measure samples with low signal levels due to thermal and positional instabilities as well as low collection e ciencies. Thus contemporary Raman microscope has found limited applicability to probing the subtle physics involved in phase transitions and hysteresis. This paper describes a new design of a closed-cycle, Raman  [ Read More ]

Posted by Kenneth Burch On November - 4 - 2004 Comments Off on Review of Scientific Instruments 75, 4710 (2004)

W. J. Padilla, Z. Q. Li, K. S. Burch, Y. S. Lee, K. J. Mikolaitis, D. N. Basov. Broadband multi-interferometer spectroscopy in high magnetic fields: From THz to visible Review of Scientific Instruments 75, 4710 (2004)

Posted by Kenneth Burch On July - 8 - 2003 Comments Off on Subterahertz spectroscopy at He-3 temperatures

D. N. Basov, S. V. Dordevic, E. J. Singley, W. J. Padilla, K. Burch, J. E. Elenewski, L. H. Greene, J. Morris, R. Schickling. Subterahertz spectroscopy at He-3 temperatures Review of Scientific Instruments 74, 4703 (2003)