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ALVTechnologies, BioNavis, and The UP Institute of Chemistry would like to invite you to a FREE seminar on Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR). Learn about SPR, it’s applications, and what it can do for you in Life Sciences, Materials Sciences, and Sensor Development!

An Overview on SPR:
Excitation of surface plasmons is based on total internal reflection when an incident beam of p-polarized light strikes an electrically conducting gold layer at the interface of a glass sensor with high RI (Refractive Index) and an external medium (gas or liquid) with low RI. At a given angle, the excitation of surface plasmons takes place resulting in a reduced intensity of the reflected light. A slight change at the interface (e.g. a change in refractive index or formation of a nanoscale film thickness) will lead to a change in SPR signal, allowing precise measurements of thin film properties as well as surface molecular interactions in real-time.

A maximum of 3 representatives per department or company is requested for a more focused discussion. We encourage you to take advantage of this opportunity since there will be a live demonstration of the instruments as well as a chance for some hands-on experience.