New! KSV NIMA Stand-Alone MicroBAM and Langmuir-Blodget Alternate

KSV NIMA Stand-Alone MicroBAM

The KSV NIMA Brewster Angle Microscopes represents the latest in BAM instrumentation allowing high resolution and fully focused real-time imaging of monolayers. The excellent image quality and good lateral resolution make them ideal instruments for the visualisation of morphological film parameters (e.g. compressed film homogeneity, domain size, shape and packing). Real-time observation and recording of film structure enables dynamic activity to be captured. The new KSV NIMA Stand-Alone MicroBAM can be now used with most Langmuir and Langmuir-Blodgett Troughs also from other manufacturers as well as free standing vessels. The KSV NIMA Stand-Alone MicroBAM connects directly to the computer via USB making it remarkably easy to setup and use.

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KSV NIMA MicroBAM

KSV NIMA Langmuir-Blodget Alternate

The KSV NIMA Langmuir-Blodget Alternate are now available in two sizes, standard and large. The Alternate trough are used to deposit alternating layers of two materials, with a two compartment trough, two surface pressure sensors and two pairs of barriers. The substrate can be moved through any of the two monolayers or water in the desired order.

The KSV NIMA Langmuir-Blodgett Alternate is compatible with any of the current KSV NIMA trough tops making it the most versatile frame for molecular monolayer studies and deposition.

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KSV NIMA ALternate

 

Webinar
Welcome to join any of the webinars on the subjects:

Nanoparticles and Nanoscale Layers in Langmuir-Blodgett Technology
OCTOBER 31ST, 2013 l 08:00am GMT Summer Time l REGISTER
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Langmuir and Langmuir-Blodgett films: theory and technology
DECEMBER 3RD, 2013 l 08:00am GMT Summer Time l REGISTER
DECEMBER 3RD, 2013 l 04:00pm GMT Summer Time l REGISTER

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New theory notes available

Theory note #1: What and why: Langmuir films
Theory note #2: What and why: Langmuir-Blodgett Films