We have published a new application note on the use of phosphorescence lifetime imaging of oxygen transport across slippery and curved gas-liquid interfaces. The note describes the experiments performed by Dr. Elif Karatay during her PhD studies at the University of Twente (NL). She used an oxygen sensitive luminescent dye to image the oxygen concentration in flowing aqueous solutions. The eXtended Lambert Instruments FLIM Attachment (LIFA-X) enabled her to image lifetimes up to 1 ms.

Read more: Oxygen transport using phosphorescence lifetime imaging.

Dr. Karatay is currently doing her postdoctoral research at Stanford University in the United States.