Integrating Raman Spectroscopy & Holography for In-situ Detection of Microplastics Microplastics in our ocean waters are a growing problem – but how do you collect quick and effective measurements in-situ, and at the depths needed to properly understand distribution, flow, and uptake by ocean life? Filtration-based methods using FTIR and […]
Can SERS outshine fluorescence as the technique of choice for biosensors? Explore a promising new sensor design for pH, and the impact of hydrogel matrix on performance.
Our toolbox for Raman spectroscopy gives you the flexibility to optimize your application without compromising on performance or size. Explore the many options!
Raman spectroscopy beyond the fingerprint region proves ideal for polymer identification in high throughput sorting of plastics, discriminating within families & signaling the presence of additives.
1064 Raman can distinguish pure pisco from mixtures, identify grape variety, and quantify ethanol & methanol content for authentication of this liquor.
Wasatch Photonics VPH gratings offer optical and instrument designers a tremendous amount of flexibility to optimize performance for a specific application. In this tech note, we’ll discuss the benefits of the various standard and patented grating design technologies at our disposal, and the general grating parameters we can control to meet your specific needs.
A new portable 785 Raman instrument puts accurate, objective testing for the crystals causing specific arthritic conditions like gout within reach for more clinics, with less sample prep.
Raman spectroscopy involves delivery of a high intensity of laser light to a very small focus, while simultaneously requiring sensitive detection of less than one-millionth the number of scattered photons. How that light is delivered to and collected from the sample has a significant impact in the quality of data […]