- Real-time observation and recording of film structure enables dynamic activity to be captured.
- KSV BAM 300 Brewster Angle Microscope is used to visualise 2-D structures in monolayer films.
- The BAM 300 uses a laser and a CCD camera to provide real-time images on Langmuir films at the air-water interface or on dialectric substrates.
- Live video imaging at a lateral resolution of 1um and at speeds of up to 25 images/sec are recorded and displayed on the computer screen.
- This powerful and economical technique for non-contact studies of thin films is compatible with all KSV Langmuir Blodgett troughs.