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A surface plasmon resonance spectrometer constructed in a Kretschmann configuration
Musick, Kevin

2011, BS, Kent State University, College of Arts and Sciences / Department of Physics.
A surface plasmon resonance spectrometer was constructed in a Kretschmann configuration. This was constructed atop a 2' by 3' optical breadboard. A HeNe laser was fixed to the breadboard and an N-BK7 right angle prism and a silicon detector were mounted on two independent motorized rotation stages. Software was developed in order to control the motion of the stages acquire voltage measurements from the detector via a data acquisition card. Software was also developed to begin to analyze the resulting data.
James Gleeson, PhD (Advisor)
Brett Ellman, PhD (Committee Member)
Samuel Sprunt, PhD (Committee Member)
Arne Gericke, PhD (Committee Member)
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