With(out) a Trace - We help you find and resolve Raman signals
Many analytical measurement tasks require remote and non-destructive analysis of the specimen under test. A unique and emerging technique compliant to this challenge is Raman spectroscopy. In Raman spectroscopy, the molecular or crystalline structure is probed by investigation of the inelastic light scattering signal received from the sample. Resolving this faint signal requires sophisticated acquisition strategies and sensors. HAMAMATSU Photonics has continuously developed high-end components and advanced spectrometers for tackling this task in order to make it easy to design a Raman optical system. Within this talk, we will outline the chances to take with Raman spectroscopy, which obstacles to overcome and which solutions we can offer for designing a laboratory or process analytical setup.