WITec is a manufacturer of high resolution optical and scanning probe microscopy solutions for scientific and industrial applications. A modular product line allows the combination of different microscopy techniques such as Raman, NSNOM or AFM in one single instrument for comprehensive and flexible analyses of optical, chemical and structural properties of a sample. The company´s alpha300 product line features a Near-field Scanning Optical Microscope, using unique cantilever technology, a Confocal Raman Microscope designed for highest sensitivity and resolution and an AFM for material research and nanotechnology.
RJ Lee Group is an industrial forensics analytical laboratory and scientific consulting firm located in the Greater Pittsburgh area. We partner with our clients to deal with problems encountered during the manufacturing process, to ensure regulatory compliance, and to uncover and understand the... Read More
Ted Pella, Inc is an innovative manufacturer and distributor of quality consumables, supplies and specimen preparation tools for all disciplines of microscopy in science and industry. Also offered is a complete line of general lab supplies. Ted Pella, Inc specializes in SEM mounts and sample... Read More
The alpha300 R represents a new generation of Raman imaging systems, focusing on high resolution as well as high speed spectrum and image acquisition. Its sensitive setup allows for the nondestructive imaging of chemical properties without specialized sample preparation. In typical experiments,... Read more
The alpha300 A is a modular, user-friendly Atomic Force Microscope designed specifically for Materials Research, Nanotechnology, and Life Science. It integrates a scientific-grade optical microscope for superior optical access, easy cantilever alignment, and high resolution sample survey. All... Read more
The alpha300 S is a user friendly Scanning Near-field Optical Microscope (SNOM) that combines in a unique way the advantages of SNOM, Confocal Microscopy and Atomic Force Microscopy in a single instrument. Switching between the different modes can easily be done by rotating the objective turret.... Read more