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Francelab is offering through its worldwide partners a wide range of high technology instruments and products for Research and Development and Quality Control laboratories in the field of Agriculture, Biology, Biochemistry, Biophysics, Biotechnology, Clinical, Chemistry, Cosmetic, Environment, Food and Beverage, Microbiology and Pharmaceutical.

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Raman Spectroscopy

Principles

Raman spectroscopy is a light-scattering technique. Interaction of laser light with a sample’s molecules results in a Raman spectrum which is extremely information rich, providing:

  • Chemical composition and distribution
  • Molecular structures and functional group characterization
  • Crystal forms, chirality, stress, doping, defect/disorder, etc.
  • Phase transformation/reaction monitoring
  • Spectral imaging/multilayer analysis

Key Applications:

  • Carbon materials (Carbon nanotubes, graphene, ...)
  • Cosmetics
  • Forensics
  • Geology
  • Jewelry
  • Life Sciences
  • Museum
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Semiconductors

The XploRA ONE offers new capabilities to the industrial and analytical user, providing the highest performance Raman, in a cost effective and robust instrument package. It is ideal for routine analytical, research and quality testing applications.

Features:

Integrated upright Raman microscope retains the full functionality of common Raman measurements, and offers ultrafast Raman/fluorescence/PL imaging, etc. 

Integrated inverted Raman microscope designed specifically for use with biomedical or biological samples. It retains the full functionality of standard Raman measurements, and offers ultrafast Raman / fluorescence/PL imaging, etc.

The unique 800 mm focal length provides the highest spectral resolution on the singlestage spectrometer market. It offers fully automated and versatile capability with excellent performance.

The T64000 system is designed to provide a versatile platform for Raman analysis with high performance. With ultimate flexibility, it allows choices of single/triple additive/triple subtractive operation modes, microscope/macro-chamber sampling, and the use of continuously variable lasers.