Materials

Material characterization is an ideal application area for Raman spectroscopy, due to its high chemical specificity and rapid, non-contact measurement. Solid, liquid, or gaseous, nearly all materials possess a unique Raman spectral fingerprint. The technique can be readily scaled to microscopic approaches, allowing interrogation of extremely small volumes and samples, such as nanomaterials. Characterization of nanomaterials is critical to determining structural and conformational properties. Raman spectroscopy is a highly efficient technique to study the electronic properties, compositions, and mechanical stresses in these materials, all of which can manifest in Raman band shape and frequency shift.

Product and Application Notes


1064 nm Dispersive Raman Systems for Analysis of Petroleum and Lubricant Products



Non-Destructive Red Wine Measurement with Dispersive 1064nm Raman Spectroscopy     



Portable Multi-platform Raman System for Fuel Analysis





Graphene Analysis by Nomadic™ Raman Microscope





In Situ Raman Spectroscopic Measurements of Metal Oxides under High Temperature




Poster: Multi-wavelength Excitation Raman Spectroscopy for In-situ Characterization of Real-world Samples



Chemical Analysis of Microscopic Fluorescent Materials by Dispersive 1064 Raman System



Explosives Identification with 1064nm Dispersive Raman Spectroscopy