B&W Tek has announced the TacticID-1064 handheld Raman analyser for real-time identification of suspicious and unknown substances in the field.
A new QuickDetect mode for the Progeny ResQ 1064 nm handheld Raman analyser can identify residues or non-visible amounts.
Princeton Instruments’ high-performance BLAZE cameras feature two new sensors.
In this work we demonstrate the suitability of confocal Raman microscopy for the characterisation of carious dental tissues. Samples of enamel and dentine, presenting carious lesions in different stages of progression, were evaluated by comparing the depolarisation ratio of the PO43– symmetric stretching band at 959 cm–1 in the different tissues. Both line and...
Princeton Instruments and the Center for Structured Organic Particulate Systems (C-SOPS) have announced a six-month collaboration on the use of Raman spectroscopy to monitor and control drug manufacturing processes.
B&W Tek has introduced the QTRam for non-destructive and real-time pharmaceutical content and blend uniformity measurement.
Applications for this prestigious award are invited by 30 November 2018.
Ibsen Photonics has introduced the Eagle OCT-S spectrometer platform for OEM supply to manufacturers of analytical instruments.
New security, productivity and industrial control modules are included included in the latest version of Tornado’s Raman software.
Malvern Panalytical have introduced a new version of their Morphologically-Directed Raman Spectroscopy (MDRS®) system, the Morphologi 4-ID. This integrates the static imaging capabilities of the Morphologi 4 with Raman spectroscopy to enable the component-specific morphological characterisation of different chemical species in a blend. Offering significantly faster spectral...
Rigaku Analytical Devices’ new Progeny ResQ FLX analyser is specifically designed for narcotics identification.
WITec have introduced a new instrument with their 3D Raman imaging functionality in an inverted microscope.
Metrohm’s new handheld Raman system has been designed for use by first responders who need analysis without contact with the sample.
WITec has released TrueMatch, a software component for accessing and creating Raman spectral databases. It can search existing libraries of Raman spectra to identify sample components and also allows users to create their own catalog of acquired spectra to assist in their research.
TSI ChemLogix has integrated its Raman spectroscopy instruments with Spectragryph software from Spectroscopy Ninja.
The acquisition of Innovative Photonic Solutions will expand Metrohm’s handheld Raman portfolio.
Raman, infrared, x-ray photoelectron and ultraviolet/visible spectroscopies are being used at the University of Liverpool to help develop better energy storage devices.
Researchers at the National Research Nuclear University MEPhI have shown the importance of using multiple excitation wavelengths when studying complex oxides with Raman spectroscopy.
The Apollo II™ Raman microspectrometer features high sensitivity, high spectral resolution, a broad spectral range and rapid sampling times.
Raman imaging can now produce images of brain tissue that is affected by Alzheimer’s disease. The images include the surrounding areas, which may already be showing changes.
The Jena-Davis (JEDIS) Alliance of Excellence in Biophotonics has been established, designed to promote North American–German cooperation on research and development in the field of biophotonics.
Laser Components has introduced a new range of laser diode modules, with narrow linewidth sources for use in Raman spectroscopy and SERDS applications.
Whilst serial numbers erased from metal can be recovered, it has proved impossible to do so for polymers. Now, Raman spectral imaging offers a way.
Princeton Instruments’ new SpectraPro® HRS-500 high-resolution imaging spectrograph uses exclusive ResXtreme™ spectral deconvolution technology.
Different spectroscopic techniques have been combined to provide additional and complementary information for decades. Increasingly, this is being expanded beyond just two techniques and may include spatial/imaging information as well. All of which bring their own challenges. In “Multimodal imaging of cells and tissues: all photons are welcome”, David Perez-Guaita, Kamila Kochana Anja Rüther,...
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