The HyperFine spectrometer products are new but we thought we should start to track the new science that is enabled by their high resolution and ease of use. Here are the published papers that we have noticed so far.
Single-frequency 620 nm diamond laser at high power, stabilized via harmonic self-suppression and spatial-hole-burning-free gain
Xuezong Yang, Ondrej Kitzler, David J. Spence, Robert J. Williams, Zhenxu Bai, Soumya Sarang, Lei Zhang, Yan Feng, and Richard P. Mildren
Evaluation of a VIPA-based Brillouin spectrometer with applications to multicellular tumor spheroids.
Yan, Guqi, et al., 3rd BioBrillouin Meeting, Portugal (2019). (Lyon)
Diamond Sodium Guide Star Laser, Optics Letters
Xuezong Yang, Ondrej Kitzler, David J. Spence, Zhenxu Bai, Yan Feng, and Richard P. Mildren
Ultra-high-resolution optical absorption spectroscopy using a supercontinuum laser combined with a widely tunable filter and a hyperfine spectrometer. Durocher-Jean et al., submitted for CAP Congress, Canada (2020)
Non-equilibrium nature of argon-based radiofrequency and microwave plasmas at atmospheric pressure evidenced by hyperfine optical emission spectroscopy. Labelle et al., submitted for CAP Congress, Canada (2020).
Resolving the magnetic hyperfine structure of Hg Isotopes using a VIPA grating spectrometer
Hubert Jean-Ruel, John Reid, and Greg Dodd
Introduction to the operating principles of the HyperFine spectrometer
John Reid, Hubert Jean-Ruel and Greg Dodd
Brillouin Spectroscopy of a Plastic Film
Brillouin Spectroscopy of Nb2O5 Thin Films
Brillouin Spectroscopy in a Diamond Anvil Cell
Sophie Chagnon-Lessard & David Walker
Brillouin Spectroscopy of a Silicon Wafer