Laser Raman Microscope LabRAM HR Evolution, Horiba

Technical Specification

Make

Horiba Jobin Yvon

Model

LabRAM HR Evolution

Wavelength Range

He-Cd 325nm (30mW), Oxxius 532nm (100mw) and IPS Laser 785nm (90mW).

Detector Type

CCD, InGaAs (for NIR region)

Spectral Range

50 cm-1 to 4000 cm-1

Magnification

20x, 50x, 100x, (SWD for Thin Film) 50x (LWD for Powder Sample), 15x and 40x (for UV)

High Performance Raman Spectrometer: Ultimate spectral resolution performance, multiple gratings with automated switching, wide spectral range analysis for Raman and PL, full system automation.

True confocal microscope High spatial resolution, automated mapping stages, full microscope visualization options.

Raman spectroscopy is the study of the interaction between light and matter in which the light that is in elastically scattered: a process called the Raman effect.

In a Raman spectroscopy experiment, photons of a single wavelength (in the visible range this would be light of a single colour) are focused onto a sample. Most commonly a laser is used as it is a powerful monochromatic source. The photons interact with the molecules and are either reflected, absorbed, transmitted or scattered. With Raman spectroscopy, we study the scattered photons.

Features:

UV, Raman analysis, Photoluminescence (PL), Ultra fast confocal imaging, Confocal Raman Mapping

Application:

Life Sciences, Pharmaceuticals, Materials, Semiconductors.

Sample Nature & Sample Requirement

Sample Nature:

Powder / Thin film / Liquid

Sample Requirement:

Powder:

50 mg to 100 mg

Thin film:

2 cm x 2 cm

Liquid:

6 ml

Laser Micro Raman Spectroscopy