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Apollo M™ Confocal Raman Microspectrometer for Cutting Edge Research

The Apollo M™ Raman microspectrometer is built for reliability, user-friendliness, and state-of-the-art research. Raman microspectra™ can be quickly and easily acquired with the Apollo M™, allowing one to concentrate on sample measurements rather than instrument operation.

The Apollo M™ is therefore ideal for routine research, advanced research, quality control, and failure analysis. The Apollo M™ Raman microspectrometer uses hardware, software, and optics that are all optimized for Raman spectroscopy of microscopic samples. It also has a fixed confocal aperture for robust and accurate measurements.

The Apollo M™ Raman microspectrometer is well-suited for quick, non-destructive analysis in disciplines including chemistry, physics, materials science, and biological sciences.

For confocal Raman microspectroscopy, the Apollo M™ Raman spectrometer is a versatile and modular instrument that can be easily installed on an upright microscope.  Lightblades™ solid-state spectrometers are used for both sensitivity and speed. For sophisticated research, scanning spectrometers are also available.

Numerous other features, such as high-resolution imaging and mapping of the Raman spectra, as well as kinetic Raman and photoluminescence microspectroscopy, can also be included. Combining modules enables the highest level of experimental versatility.

When fitted on CRAIC UV-Visible-NIR microspectrometers, the Apollo M™ Raman spectrometer can add a wide range of capabilities, such as film thickness measurements, colorimetry and UV-visible-NIR microspectroscopy. 

Raman spectra can be simply and rapidly obtained using the Apollo M™ Raman Microspectrometer. It can collect Raman microspectra™ in seconds. The Apollo M is a Class IIIB laser product.

Apollo M™ Raman Microspectrometer for Cutting Edge Research

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Apollo M™ Raman Microspectrometer for Cutting Edge Research

Image Credit: CRAIC Technologies

Apollo M Raman Microspectrometer

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Key Features

  • Superior Raman microspectroscopy performance
  • Reliable, powerful, and robust
  • Utilize alone or add to a CRAIC UV-VIS-NIR Microspectrophotometer
  • The standard laser wavelengths available include 405, 532, 633, 785, and 830 nm, with more offered upon request
  • Solid state Lightblades™ Raman spectrometers are the default choice for high-speed and sensitivity
  • Photoluminescence microscopy
  • Raman spectral imaging
  • Simple to operate and maintain
  • From the microspectroscopy specialists

Add to a Microspectrometer

Adding Apollo M™ to a CRAIC microspectrophotometer allows users to do more:

  • Colorimetry of microscopic specimens
  • Thin film thickness measurements 
  • UV-visible-NIR reflectance microspectroscopy 
  • UV-visible-NIR absorbance microspectroscopy
  • UV-visible-NIR polarization microspectroscopy
  • UV-visible-NIR fluorescence microspectroscopy
  • Fully manual or automated operation
  • Precision temperature control of specimens 
  • Specialized software including statistical analysis, spectral databases, image analysis and other uses

Apollo M™ Raman Microspectrometer for Cutting Edge Research

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Spectral Surface Mapping

5D Hyperspectral Surface Mapping™

Combines hardware software for automated spectral analysis and 5D mapping of specimens with microscopic spatial resolution. 3D maps of samples’ Raman spectra can be constructed.

Apollo M™ Raman Microspectrometer for Cutting Edge Research

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  • Biology and Life Sciences
  • Materials Science
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  • Nanomaterials
  • Geology
  • Energy
  • Chemistry
  • Catalysts
  • Physics
  • Semiconductors
  • Process Contamination Analysis
  • Pharmaceutical Quality Control
  • Explosives and Drugs of Abuse
  • WMD Analysis

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