Mönch 4107

The Mönch 4107 is a cathodoluminescence detector for STEM that has been designed from the ground up to achieve unprecedented signal-to-noise ratio and spectral resolution. It is used by demanding researchers who want to measure simultaneously ultra high resolution images and hyperspectral maps of individual nano-particles, quantum dots or atomic defects. The Mönch 4107 has a solid publication track record, which includes reports on nano-plasmonics, quantum nano-optics, simultaneous measurements of cathodoluminescence and EELS, non-linear spectroscopy of individual quantum wells and more.