Research Instruments

Insplorion's products in the scientific field are complete research instruments for successful NanoPlasmonic Sensing (NPS) experiments in controlled gas or liquid flow chambers. Furthermore, Insplorion offers NPS Sensor Chips with a wide range of surface chemistry and Insplorer®, our advanced software for control and real-time analysis of spectroscopic data. We can also offer custom-made instruments like the Insplorion X1.

Insplorion 8-Channel Analyzer

Insplorion 8-Channel Analyzer displays an eight-channel readout for in situ studies of materials and processes occurring inside batteries. The system allows operando measurements at a nanoscale resolution.

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Insplorion XNano

The Insplorion XNano instrument provides the opportunity to study processes in/on nanomaterials and thin films in situ and in real-time under relevant temperature and pressure conditions.

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Insplorion Acoulyte

Combine optical spectroscopy with QCM-D. Simultaneous real time measurements with Nanoplasmonic Spectroscopy (NPS) and Quartz Crystal Microbalance with Dissipation monitoring (QCM-D).

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Insplorion X1

Insplorion has the experience to custom-make versions of our instruments using our NPS technology to suit specific customer needs. Don’t hesitate to ask us if we have a solution to your challenge. The Insplorion X1 instrument is an example developed to study processes in thin polymer films and materials relevant to catalytis.

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Insplorion’s Sensors

Insplorion provides nanoplasmonic sensors, which enable ultrasensitive measurements of refractive index changes close to (< 30 nm from) the sensor surface.

The sensors can be coated with a range of materials, which allows studies of how surface chemistry influences processes such as molecular adsorption and thin film phase transitions. Insplorion offers also plasmonic nanostructures of various types and sizes, allowing the user to perform systematic studies of how surface processes are influenced by the surface topography/structure.

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Software

Insplorion’s software, Insplorer, offers user-friendly instrument control (temperature, gas flow/mixing and optical measurement) and real-time data presentation.

Instrument control sequences can be programmed, including temperature ramps (XNano and X1) and for different gas compositions and flows (X1). Up to seven analysis parameters can be chosen individually and are derived in real time from the optical data. The analyzed data parameters are plotted simultaneously in real-time during a measurement.

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Reference Customers

Here is how the best and brightest are using Insplorion's instruments today.

Professor Nam-Joon Cho

Professor Cho and his group have already published several research articles based on his work with the Acoulyte and XNano systems. His projects have focused on characterizing the interactions of biomacromolecules with solid supports along with evaluating the performance of drug candidates. In combination with other sensor technologies, NPS has enabled unparalleled mechanistic insights into biomacromolecular interactions.

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Professor Joel A Pedersen

The Pedersen research group focuses on environmental interfacial chemistry and studies interfacial processes affecting the behavior of nanoparticles, biomolecules, and organic molecules in terrestrial and aquatic environments. Current research topics include molecular-scale interactions of biomolecules with engineered nanoparticles, the processes governing the environmental transmission of prion diseases, and the interaction of polar and ionizable organic molecules with natural organic matter and mineral surfaces.

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Professor David Castner

Professor Castner uses XNano in his research at the department of chemical engineering and bioengineering at University of Washington, Seattle, USA. His research is directed at obtaining detailed information about the surface composition and structure of biomaterials and the interaction of biomolecules with those biomaterials.

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Associate Professor Hui Yang

Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) is one of the leading research institutes in China. Associate Prof. Hui Yang with her group and department colleagues will use the instrument for understanding the controlled molecular self-assemblies and developing surface modifications with amphiphilic molecules, and for applications ranging from enhancing oil recovery (EOR) to anticorrosion performance. CAS will serve as a strong reference center for future sales activities, with the group in Beijing being geographically close to the Honoprof headquarter.

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Distributors

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Application Areas

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