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Five criteria for high-quality Raman microscopes

Introduction to correlative Raman techniques including application examples

Damon Strom, Sonja Breuninger, Eleni Kallis, Harald Fischer, Andrea Richter, Ute Schmidt, Olaf Hollricher

Particles in a cosmetic peeling cream: Optical bright field image overlaid with the confocal Raman image.

The confocal Raman Imaging microscope alpha300 R (WITec GmbH): modular and upgradable for adapting to new requirements.

Speed, sensitivity and resolution are some of the characteristics that can be used to identify a high-quality Raman microscope.

Topographic Raman image of a silicon microstructure.

Raman spectroscopy enables qualitative and quantitative analysis of chemical components in a sample without requiring specialized sample preparation or risking damage to the sample. Confocal Raman microscopy additionally makes it possible to monitor the spatial distribution of chemical components and properties. Raman microscopy can be combined with other techniques in order to gain additional information on the sample, such as its surface structure. Because of the huge number of available systems, the choice of a good Raman microscope is often difficult.

This WhitePaper gives five criteria for choosing a high-quality Raman microscope. Additionally, correlative Raman techniques are illustrated using examples from various fields of application.

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