Modular TeraHertz Raman Spectrometer
Affordable ultra-low frequency Raman spectrometer down to 10 cm-1
HORIBA’s modular terahertz modular Raman spectrometer extends the spectral range of a measurement to < 10 cm-1. Consisting of an Ondax SureBlock™ module fiber coupled to HORIBA’s iHR320 imaging spectrometer, this custom system provides an affordable option for macro-Raman measurements close to the laser line. Below are Stokes and anti-Stokes spectra of elemental sulfur recorded with this system.
HORIBA’s new THz-Raman® Spectroscopy Module extends the range of traditional Raman spectroscopy into the terahertz/low-frequency regime, exploring the same range of energy transitions as terahertz spectroscopy – without limiting the ability to measure the fingerprint region. This region reveals a new “Structural Fingerprint” to complement the traditional “Chemical Fingerprint” of Raman, enabling simultaneous analysis of both molecular structure and chemical composition in one instrument for advanced materials characterization.
Clear real-time differentiation of structural attributes of the material enables clear identification and analysis of polymorphs, raw material sources, defects and contamination, crystal formation, phase monitoring and synthesis methods.
In-situ, real-time measurement of both composition and structural analysis eliminates the need for multiple samples and instruments, lowering capital, training and maintenance costs.
Simultaneous Stokes/anti-Stokes signals
High S/N ratio
Fast, reliable measurements
Flexible sample handling
Fiber coupled output