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Issue 5, 2007

Fluorescence spectrometer-on-a-fluidic-chip

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Abstract

A chip-size spectrometer is realized by combining a linear variable band-pass filter with a CMOS camera. The filter converts the spectral information of the incident light into a spatially dependent signal that is analyzed by the camera. A fluidic platform is integrated onto the spectrometer for analyzing the fluorescence from moving objects. The target is continuously excited within an anti-resonant waveguide, and its fluorescence spectrum is recorded as the object traverses the detection area.

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Article information


Submitted
02 Jan 2007
Accepted
07 Mar 2007
First published
27 Mar 2007

Lab Chip, 2007,7, 626-629
Article type
Paper

Fluorescence spectrometer-on-a-fluidic-chip

O. Schmidt, M. Bassler, P. Kiesel, C. Knollenberg and N. Johnson, Lab Chip, 2007, 7, 626 DOI: 10.1039/B618879F

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