Institut Charles Sadron Equipement

RICM - Interference microscopy acheté le 2019-04-30

Reflection Interference Contrast Microscopy (RICM) is devoted to the observation of an object on a glass surface, with a normal-to-the slide optical penetration depth of typically 1 µm. Grey levels in the image reflect both the glass-object distance (potential sensitivity of 10 nm), and the refractive index variations along the object surface. The technique can be used for example to image cell spreading, or to quantify substrate-bilayer interactions.

Responsable : Muller Pierre
Localisation : F146
Visiblité : interne
Provenance : maison
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