Comparison of the sensitivity and image contrast in spontaneous Raman and coherent Stokes Raman scattering microscopy of geometry-controlled samples.

Abstract:

:We experimentally compare the performance and image contrast of spontaneous Raman and coherent Stokes Raman scattering microscopy. We demonstrate the differences between these techniques on a series of geometry-controlled samples that range in complexity from a point (array of tips) to one-dimensional (line grating) and, lastly, two-dimensional (checkereboard) microstructure. Through the use of this sample series, a comparison of the focal volume, achievable signal-to-noise, and resulting image contrast is made. The results demonstrate the efficiency and spatial resolution attainable in coherent Raman microscopy relative to spontaneous Raman microscopy. Additionally, we detail potential complications in the interpretation of coherent Raman images of sample fine structure, where contrast is no longer based solely on oscillator concentration but can be influenced by sample microstructure.

journal_name

J Biomed Opt

authors

Kim H,Michaels CA,Bryant GW,Stranick SJ

doi

10.1117/1.3533310

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2011-02-01 00:00:00

pages

021107

issue

2

eissn

1083-3668

issn

1560-2281

journal_volume

16

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