How Raman spectroscopy can be used to characterise semiconductor materials. Measure defects in SiC, crystal quality, stress/strain, homogeneity and more.
O-PTIR is a breakthrough technique for sub-micron chemical analysis and imaging of live cells in water, red blood cells, mineral distribution in bone, single bacteria and many more life science applications.
How to combine Raman and nanoindentation for correlated mechanical and chemical data, delivering insights into your material’s properties.
How to analyse layers and coatings with Raman spectroscopy, with the example of paint on coated metal.
How Raman spectroscopy is used in the development of photovoltaics and solar cells.
Unique features from Renishaw for mapping large areas quickly and at high resolution with Raman spectroscopy.
Join us for a webinar about the latest developments in Raman spectroscopy on Wednesday 21st June 2017: 12 noon – Iceland 1pm – UK 2pm – Sweden, Norway, Denmark 3pm… read more →
The difference between Raman imaging and mapping, and the benefits of each. How to get the best spatial resolution and highest quality results.