entry model for nanoscale IR imaging & spectroscopy

artefact-free absorption measurement

by decoupling efficiently optical from mechanical sample properties

maximum performance without sample damage

by accurate focusing of all illumination power onto the tip

high-quality results independent of user expertise

using intuitive software with a guided user interface

IR-neaSCOPE is designed for nanoscale analysis that only requires measurements of IR absorbtion. It detects laser-induced photothermal expansion in the sample using mechanical AFM-IR detection. Requiring no IR detector and interferometry, IR-neaSCOPE provides a cost-efficient solution most suitable for samples with large thermal expansion coefficients (e.g. polymers, biomaterials, etc.).

IR‑neaSCOPE delivers IR absorption imaging, point-spectroscopy and hyperspectral imaging. It is fully upgradable to IR‑neaSCOPE+s for advanced capabilities and access to a larger variety of sample material classes.

Customer Feedback

Edward Yoxall

Imperial College London, Department of Physics, London, UK

As a newcomer to the near-field optics I am very grateful for the prompt and competent support provided by neaspec’s experts.

Prof. Shinobu Hikami

Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology, Okinawa, Japan

The neaSCOPE new imaging technique offers me the right tool to unravel the fascinating world of protein folding in complex biological systems at the nanoscale.

Prof. Gerhard Ulm

Physikalisch Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB), Metrology Light Source (MLS), Berlin, Germany

Already after the first day of the system installation we have been able to measure publishable data.

Jaroslaw Syzdek, PhD

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Environmental Energy Technologies Division, Berkeley, USA

We were looking for a flexible research tool capable of characterizing our energy storage materials at the nanoscale. neaSCOPE proofed to be the system with the highest spatial resolution in infrared imaging and spectroscopy and brings us substantial new insights for our research.