has been used on many occasions to study the surface adsorption of biomolecules
in solution. The Picometer has more sensitivity than other ellipsometers, and
has a rapid response time, so that the full adsorption process can be monitored
Preferential adsorption of proteins onto structured surfaces
can be followed either by scanning with the Picometer, or by one-shot ellipticity
measurements using the Imaging ellipsometer.
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ellipsometery used to measure thin organic films
scanning of Genes and Proteins by surface adsorption studies
of Protein targets for screening templates
and Application notes.