EQUIPMENT RAMAN MICROSPECTROSCOPY

apyron Confocal Raman Microscope

(WITec GmbH, Germany)

Laser sources: DPSS laser 532 nm; Diode laser 785 nm.

Fully automated compact and flexible multi-wavelength platform, optimized for high-end spectroscopy applications and confocal Raman imaging.

Ultra-High-Throughput-Spectrometer UHTS600 for VIS, ultra-sensitive EMCCD spectroscopy camera.

Ultra-High-Throughput Spectrometer UHTS400 for NIR, highly efficient thermoelectrically cooled spectroscopy camera optimized for high-end confocal Raman imaging applications in the NIR
spectral region with back-illuminated deep depletion CCD Chip.

TrueSurface3 extension for realtime large area topographic imaging and instant TrueSurface Raman microscopy (synchronized Raman imaging using the realtime topographic information measured by the sensor).

Financial support by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung, BMBF, "SubµTrack-Projekt") is gratefully acknowledged.

 

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alpha300R Confocal Raman Microscope

(WITec GmbH, Germany)

Laser sources: Nd:YAG laser 532 nm; Diode laser 633 nm.

Software controlled laser power attenuator  for recise setting of absolute power values.

Optical microscope & motorized microscopic table for 2D & 3D Raman imaging.

TrueSurface2 extension for large area topographic imaging.

Equipment for fluorescence microscopy for combination of Raman and fluorescence images.

Financial support by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung, BMBF, "MiWa-Projekt") is gratefully acknowledged.

 

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LabRAM HR

(Horiba Scientific, France)

Laser sources: Nd:YAG laser 532 nm; He-Ne laser 633 nm; Diode laser 785 nm

Olympus BXFM microscope analysis of big samples

XYZ motorized microscopic table - Raman mapping/imaging

DuoScan - characterization of sensitive samples

Polarisation set for 532 nm, 633 nm and 785 nm - information about molecular orientation and symmetry

Financial support by the German Research Foundation (DFG, "Forschungsgroßgeräte") is gratefully acknowledged.

 

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RENISHAW 2000

(Renishaw, UK)

Laser sources: Ar+ laser 514 nm; He-Ne laser 633 nm; Diode laser 785 nm