Abstract

A reflection hyperspectral imaging system covering a 3501000nm spectral range is realized by a UV–visible–near-IR Fourier transform imaging spectrometer. The system has a simple design and good spectral and spatial resolving performance. Accurate and fast microspectroscopic measurement results on novel colloidal crystal beads demonstrate the system has practical potential for high-throughput molecular multiplex assays.

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