In situ real-time monitoring of molecular processes and nanomaterials at surfaces and interfaces

Insplorion’s technology is extremely sensitive to changes in optical properties in the first few tens of nanometers from a surface. Our instrumentation enables a broad application base, with ultra-sensitive measurements both in gas and liquid phase. The combination of technology and instrumentation enables detailed studies of the effect of broad range temperature changes, light triggers, nanotopography, chemistry and more.

Processes/Phenomena that have been monitored

  • Adsorption/desorption/binding
  • Phase transitions – Conformational changes
  • Chemical reactions on/in thin films or nanoparticles
  • Sensing
  • Diffusion in porous thin films
  • Light triggered/sensitive processes
  • Temperature triggered/sensitive processes

Analytes that have been used on Insplorion sensors

  • SAMs
  • Thin and ultrathin films
  • Porous materials
  • Proteins, Lipids, peptides, DNA etc
  • A large range of gases
  • Oxides, Nitrides and hydrides etc
  • Liquid crystals

Application fields among our users around the world

  • Biomolecular interactions
  • Catalysis and surface physics
  • DSSC and perovskite solar cells
  • Polymer physics