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Raman spectrometer Cora 7X00
for the pharmaceutical industrybenchtop

Raman spectrometer
Raman spectrometer
Raman spectrometer
Raman spectrometer
Raman spectrometer
Raman spectrometer
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for the pharmaceutical industry

532 nm, 785 nm, 1,064 nm


Benchtop Raman spectrometers: Cora 7X00 The high-performance Raman analyzers for research and industry The Cora 7X00 series of benchtop Raman spectrometers has been developed for use in academic and industrial research. It provides high spectral resolution, a wavelength of 3 cm-1 to 4 cm-1 up to 15 cm-1, a low noise level, and a high sensitivity in a space-saving 19-inch housing, which makes it easy to fit these Raman analyzers into your laboratory. Specialized Raman measurements – The right wavelength The Cora 7X00 Raman spectrometers allow you to choose the optimal wavelength for the samples in question to ensure optimal material identification of your non-fluorescent and fluorescent samples: 532 nm, 785 nm, or 1064 nm. The shorter the wavelength, the stronger the Raman signal. In many colored substances and uncolored organic compounds, fluorescence superimposes the Raman signal. In this case, a lower wavelength often provides a better Raman signal. Flexible use – Raman spectroscopy with fiber probe With the fiber probe, a Cora 7X00 benchtop Raman spectrometer can be easily attached to experimental setups. This allows the easy acquisition of data from a number of experiments without having to change the spectrometer setup. If there is a lack of space, the spectrometer can be stored under the table. The vial holders are easily attached to the fiber probe and enable Raman measurements of liquids and powders in vials.


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