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Raman spectroscopy is used to study the vibrational, rotational and other low frequency modes in a system. They typically employ lasers as a source of monochromatic light, which is scattered by phonons or other excitations from the system. This results in a shift in the energy of the laser phonons, which in turn yields information about the system in question, more specifically the chemical bonds and the symmetry of molecules. The technique is valuable for studying changes in chemical bonding and can be performed on very small sample areas.
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The i-Raman® Plus is an enhanced version the i-Raman portable Raman spectrometer from B&W Tek, providing a wide spectral range and high resultion in a compact system.
The SENTERRA is a high performance Raman microscope spectrometer designed for the most demanding analytical and research applications. Its most important innovation is certainly its internal continuous calibration as it ensures highest wavenumber accuracy without the need for calibrations with external standards.
The Renishaw structural and chemical analyser (SCA) unites two well-established technologies, scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and Raman spectroscopy, resulting in a powerful and unique technique which allows morphological, elemental, chemical, physical, and electronic analysis without moving the sample between instruments.
The innovative optical filtering technology of the TLS VIS-2 Tunable Laser Source offers high efficiency and out-of-band rejection and is suitable for tunable excitation sources in Raman and fluorescence spectroscopy.
Renishaw have developed optimised direct coupling technology making the inVia Raman microscope the perfect partner for coupling to a wide variety of SPM's, such as the NT-MDT NTEGRA offering Tip Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy (TERS), near-field techniques (SNOM, NSOM) and Raman-AFM capabilities.
The Renishaw RA100 is a compact Raman system for process monitoring and bulk material analysis. It enables in situ Raman monitoring in the laboratory, pilot plant, or process line.
The XE-NSOM is specially designed and tailored for advanced optical measurements including Near-field Scanning Optical Microscopy (NSOM) and Raman Spectrometry. The XE-NSOM offers a complete AFM system setup with unprecedented adaptability for these optical experiments. The high-performance Z-servo scanner of the XE-NSOM supports True Non-Contact AFM and utilizes cantilever-based closed-loop feedback technology.
Today, with the culmination of more than 20 years experience, Bruker Optics offers state-of-the-art infrared and Raman microscopes. RamanScopeIII is based on a next generation, 'hybrid' platform that can accommodate multiple wavelengths of Raman excitation. The new RamanScopeIII system can be coupled to Bruker Optics' multi-range fully digital FT-Raman module, the RAM II, as well as the standalone MultiRAM FT-Raman spectrometer.
The NTEGRA SPECTRA is a unique integration of Scanning Probe Microscope and confocal microscopy/luminescence and Raman scattering spectroscopy. Owing to the effect of huge tip enhanced Raman scattering it allows carrying out Raman spectroscopy and obtaining images with resolution up to 50 nm.
The DXR SmartRaman spectrometer is a highly automated, push-button operated, dedicated macro-sampling Raman system which is developed for use in multi-purpose analytical labs.
The Morphologi G3-ID offers a unique capability integrating automated static imaging features of the Morphologi G3 with chemical identification of individual particles using Raman spectroscopy.
The DXR Raman microscope is designed in such as way that it redefines the Raman microscope in order to satisfy the requirements of laboratories.
WITec’s alpha500 is the first instrument on the market to integrate atomic force microscopy (AFM) and confocal Raman imaging in a fully automated system.
The confocal Raman microscope alpha300 R from WITec offers the unique ability to acquire chemical information non-destructively with a resolution down to the optical diffraction limit (~ 200 nm). This allows you to observe and analyze the distribution of different phases within a sample in ambient conditions without specialized sample preparation. Because of the confocal setup, it is not only possible to collect information from the sample surface, but also to look deep inside transparent samples and even obtain 3D information.
HORIBA Scientific offers their new LabRAM HR Evolution, the latest spectrometer to join the LabRAM series of research Raman spectrometers.
The NanoRam is a state-of-the-art compact Raman spectrometer and integrated computing system that can support a broad range of applications in multiple industries. Designed for use by non-specialists, the NanoRam is easy to use and operates single-handedly for materials identification and verification within cGMP compliant facilities.
WITec has introduced RISE microscope, the world's first fully-integrated Raman imaging and scanning electron microscope (SEM). Through RISE microscopy, ultra-structural surface properties can be connected to molecular compound information.
The i-Raman™ is unique for its high resolution combined with field-portability, with performance comparable to large bench-top Raman systems and weighing less than 7 lbs.
The latest innovation of Photon etc, Raman hyperspectral imaging RIMA is the fastest micro-imaging system for both biological tissue and nanomaterial analysis. It offers speed as well as an excellent imaging quality.
inVia Raman microscopes from Renishaw are high-sensitivity systems with integrated research grade microscopes, enabling high resolution confocal measurements. inVia Raman microscopes support multiple lasers, with automatic software switching of excitation wavelength.
The high efficiency and the out-of-band rejection offered by the innovative optical filtering technology of the VIS-2 Laser Line Tunable Filter is suitable for tunable excitation sources in Raman and fluorescence spectroscopy.
The CRAIC UVM-1 microscope was designed to make imaging of microscopic samples fast and simple. The UVM- 1 operates from the deep ultraviolet to the near infrared, has excellent research capabilities and offers quick and reliable operation.
The CRAIC Apollo™ Raman spectrometer is designed for fast, easy micro-Raman spectroscopy. As such, it is perfect for research, metrology and inspection of microscopic sampling areas by Raman spectroscopy.
The XploRA ONE offers a simple design and operation so that the analyst can focus on the sample measurements and routine analysis that is important, obtaining results not just spectra.
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