Insplorion’s unique 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.

• NPS is ideally suited to study the influence of surface topography and/or chemistry on surface processes.

• Surface chemistry, structure and curvature influence molecular adsorption as well as the structure and composition of adsorbed layers.

• A variety of sensor coatings is available, providing the possibility to tailor the surface chemistry.

• Insplorion offers sensors with different surface structure and curvature by varying the size and shape of the plasmonic nanostructures.

Download the Insplorion sensors brochure here.