Eckstein Medical Research Building - Room 84C
- Dispersive Raman spectrometers utilize a form of vibrational spectroscopy to provide information regarding molecular structure.
- Raman spectra are used for identification and quantification of both organic and inorganic materials and are very sensitive to minor changes in molecular structure.
- The Nicolet Almega XR system has many applications in the pharmaceutical, forensic, and semiconductor fields, and features specialized sampling options for many applications in these areas.
- The system can be configured for both micro and macro sampling of liquids and solids.
- No sample preparation nor dilution is necessary.
- Sampling is nondestructive and can often be performed directly through glass or plastic packaging, providing an excellent solution when non-invasive sampling is required.
- Aqueous-based solutions are readily analyzed with the Nicolet Almega XR spectrometer.
- Instrument features
- Brightfield and Darkfield illumination
- Laser options: 785 nm, 532 nm
- Grating options: High and low resolution for each wavelength
- Fully automated optical alignment
- Standard and Long working distance objectives: 10x, 20x, 50x, 100x
- Motorized wafer stage handling wafers up to 300 m