Raman spectrometer / UV / benchtop
Min.: 200 nm
Max.: 2,100 nm
for UV Raman spectroscopists
UV Raman (with laser wavelengths below 400nm) can be used to probe specific sample properties, and benefit from experiment properties different from typical visible Raman measurements – for example, greatly increased Raman scattering efficiency, modified laser penetration within the sample, and resonance coupling to different chemical moeities. However, UV analyses come with a number of technical challenges, that require considered instrument design to allow UV Raman to be a truly useful tool for the researcher.