Mass Spectrometry & Spectroscopy
Exploring Raman Spectroscopy and Imaging
Jan 19 2023
For over 50 years, HORIBA has led the development of Raman spectroscopy. Through expertise and innovation, it has advanced Raman imaging into an indispensable, easy-to-use, non-destructive technique for chemical analysis across an extremely broad range of samples. HORIBA’s powerful Raman spectroscopy product portfolio is now used globally in many varied fields, enabling research and analytical laboratories to move rapidly from issues to solutions.
Raman is an ideal technique for both research and industry as it offers high quality data, reliability, versatility and improved value for money over other analytical techniques. Benefits not only include the breadth of samples suitable for molecular analysis without sample preparation, but also the microscopic detailed information content that is provided. This supports multiple applications, including: chemical identification; quality testing; process/product troubleshooting; contamination and inclusion analysis; and raw materials inspection.
HORIBA’s XploRA™ Series of confocal Raman microscopes incorporate unique and powerful functions into reliable, high-performance, compact systems for all of the aforementioned applications, right down to the nanoscale.
Simple-to-use, it is fully confocal, not compromising image quality, spatial or depth resolution. Using SWIFT™ Fast Raman imaging, XploRA delivers fully confocal images at the click of a button, typically 10x faster than conventional Raman imaging.
The simplicity and power of the XploRA Series is unmatched with an enhanced range of options, such as multiple laser wavelengths, EMCCD detection, Raman polarisation and even Raman-AFM combination. HORIBA’s Raman experts can advise on the best options for individual applications and help reduce QC testing setup time to enable users to start working fast.
More information online
In This Edition Chromatography - Optimising Viral Vector Purification Strategies with Multimodal Chromatography - Key UHPLC Characteristics Required for High throughput LC-MS - New Low Volu...
View all digital editions
Jan 30 2023 Dubai, UAE
Feb 01 2023 Tokyo, Japan
Feb 06 2023 Dubai, UAE
Feb 14 2023 Cologne, Germany
Feb 22 2023 Tunis, Tunisia