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Model : HO-ED-SP-CRM215

Raman microscopy couples a Raman spectrometer to a standard optical microscope, allowing high magnification visualization of a sample and Raman analysis with a microscopic laser spot. In this equipment measurement is easy, simply place the sample under the microscope, focus, and make a measurement.

The Raman effect occurs when light impinges upon a molecule and interacts with the electron cloud and the bonds of that molecule. For the spontaneous Raman effect, which is a form of light scattering, a photon excites the molecule from the ground state to a virtual energy state. When the molecule relaxes it emits a photon and it returns to a different rotational or vibrational state. The difference in energy between the original state and this new state leads to a shift in the emitted photon's frequency away from the excitation wavelength. Confocal Raman microscopy refers to the ability to spatially filter the analysis volume of the sample, in the XY (lateral) and Z (depth) axes.

The Raman effect occurs when light impinges upon a molecule and interacts with the electron cloud and the bonds of that molecule. For the spontaneous Raman effect, which is a form of light scattering, a photon excites
Confocal Light collection
High lateral spatial resolution
Excellent depth resolution
Large collection angle for the Raman light

the molecule from the ground state to a virtual energy state. When the molecule relaxes it emits a photon and it returns to a different rotational or vibrational state. The difference in energy between the original state and this new state leads to a shift in the emitted photon's frequency away from the excitation wavelength. Confocal Raman microscopy refers to the ability to spatially filter the analysis volume of the sample, in the XY (lateral) and Z (depth) axes.

 
    Microscope : Inverted Infinity Research Grade Microscope
    Objective : Water immersion 60X/1.2, with correction collar
    Laser wavelength : 515 nm, 635 nm, 785 nm
    Spectral range : 4000 ~ 100cm - 1 (Raman)
    Spectral Measurement : Scanning
    Laser spot size of less than 2 microns
    The spectral resolution : 0.65 cm - 1
    Wavenumber accuracy : 0.1 cm - 1
    Detector Unit : High Sensitive PMT
    Application
    Semiconductor, Catalysts, Biological, Polymers, Minerals, Corrosion & General purpose
    Accessory (Optional)
    Mapping sample stage
 
Confocal System using Rod Assembly

Holmarc provides cost effective solution for setting up confocal system with our rod assembly based components. All the optics can be held precisely along the optical axis using this setup. This provides flexibility for improvisation. The rod assembly system consists of precision ground stainless steel rods with tapped holes at both ends and precision machined plates/cubes having tightly toleranced holes for rods at the corners.

Product customization has been a core service of HOLMARC. Infrastructure and capabilities in mechanics and optics enable us to provide complete in-house services. We can assist in design and development of components as well as complete assemblies. We are dedicated to meet our customer needs by leveraging our years of experience in optics, mechanics and control electronics.
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