The MOSAIC DUV Fluorescence Mapper is a small size, light weight, lower power system focused on detection and classification of ultra-trace concentration of organic contaminants on surfaces such as high-performance optical components, semiconductors and other manufactured surfaces susceptible to ultra-trace levels of contamination.
A major driving motivation for MOSAIC is the ability to spatially map or image chemical contaminants of critical component surfaces as part of QA processes.
A second driving motivation for MOSAIC is real-time detection of contaminants in liquids or water.
A third driving motivation is the ability to detect and/or map biological material on surfaces or in water. This is not possible with other methods, including 1064nm, 785nm or 532nm Raman methods.
The MOSAIC includes:
- Deep UV laser and controller
- 6-band deep UV detector with 8-decade dynamic range
- Automated XYZ mapping stage
- Context imaging camera
PMT array detector with multi-channel gated boxcar integrator/averager allows >8 decades of dynamic range and ability to detect chemicals down to the low ng/cm2 range
DUV Laser Excitation Source
248nm high power deep UV laser with power supply and digital controller is capable of data sampling rates to 40 Hz.
Depth of Focus
Large depth of focus from 30mm +-2mm
Motorized Imaging Stage
50 x 50 mm motorized XYZ stage with 2 micron registration
Trace Contamination Detection
Deep UV fluorescence detection offers significant advantages for organic trace surface contamination detection. With laser based detection, the limit of detection can be well under 1 nanogram per square cm. Through the use of multiple detection bands, multiple contaminants can be detected.
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