The module gives the LAB Cube users the freedom to perform lifetime mapping (also known as decay trace) and antibunching experiments (g(2) imaging). These techniques can give insight into intrinsic material properties and can be used for studying the quantum nature of light and single-photon emitters, as well as nanoscale quality and defect analysis. The (nano)materials, which can be studied, include semiconductors for optoelectronics (such as (In)GaN, perovskites, and GaAs), single-photon emitters and rare-earth phosphor materials.
Watch the video of our application specialist Toon Coenen explaining the possibilities of the LAB Cube.
You can find more detailed information about the LAB Cube in the specifications sheet.