Confocal Raman Spectroscopy
Chemical Materials Design
This is a spectroscopic technique that uses monochromatic light and inelastic scattering to observe vibrational and rotational modes in a sample. A laser interacts with excitations in a system, which result in energy shifts, which are then used to give information about the vibrational modes.
532nm and 785nm laser
10x, 50x and 100x standard objectives
100x oil immersion and 63x water immersion
WiRE 4.4 software
Hot and cold stage
Macro sampling kit
Results are usually generated in a spectral format and the Renishaw system can also provide imaging and mapping capabilities. Raman can be used for a wide variety of samples including: inorganics, organics and biological samples, in general the only sample types not suitable are mainly metals and their alloys.
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