Laser Raman Spectrometer
November 30,2012 16:12:59 readCount:1916

Laser Raman spectrometer: LabRAM Aramis (France HJY)


The main technical indicators:

   The spectral resolution of≤1cm-1; The spectral repeatability of≤±0.2cm-2; Confocal spatial resolution: transverse 1μm; longitudinal 2μm;

   Measuring range: 100cm-1~8000cm-1



Main accessories:

Three-wavelength laser (532.8nm; 633nm; 785nm)

  Four grating (600g/mm; 1200g/mm; 1800g/mm; 2400g/mm)

  The large samples attachment; XYZ three-dimensional automatic platform



   Confocal laser Raman spectroscopy is a powerful tool to study the molecular structure of a substance, widely used in the field of physics, chemistry, biology, materials science, chemical engineering, environmental science. Raman spectroscopy in organic chemistry is mainly used as a means of structural analysis, Raman shift of size, strength, and Raman peak shape is an important basis of the chemical bonds and functional groups. Raman spectroscopy can be extremely close to the natural state, the structure of the active state down to the study of biological macromolecules changes. Raman spectroscopy has an irreplaceable role in the material surface and thin film research; very good application in the study of diamond and diamond-like carbon films. Confocal Raman spectrometer, which can effectively detect the different depths of the composite film material changes can also analyze test material inclusions.

   1. Various inorganic, organic and composite materials (solid and liquid samples) of Raman spectroscopy;

2. Structural analysis and composition of various inorganic and organic samples identified;

3. related materials stress test;

4. Heterogeneous mixture of horizontal or vertical structure of the distribution of the test;

5. Inclusions in materials testing.