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The Lambda Solutions Dimension-P2 Raman System has now been specially configured for critical Carbon Nanotube Analysis.

Analysis of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes

Waltham, MA | Posted on March 16th, 2007

The Lambda Solutions Dimension-P2 Raman System has now been specially configured for critical Carbon Nanotube Analysis.

This Award Winning* low cost Raman unit is now integrated with laser attenuation capability and XYZ mounted probe accessory for quality control and process monitoring of a broad range of carbon nanotubes formulations and products from graphite powder to films.

With 4cm-1 coverage from 140-2000 cm-1, Laser Power from 1-300mW and exceptional sensitivity you get rapid research quality analysis of Radial Breathing Modes, Metallic Characteristics, G- Translational Mode for C-C Stretching and D-Disorder Mode and Multi-Walled Structures.

For complete information and specifications on the Analysis of Single-Walled Carbon Tubes, contact Victor at 781-478-0170 Ext 11 or visit our website.

*The Lambda Solutions Dimensions-P2 Raman System was awarded by NASA's Photonics Tech Briefs as Product of the Year.


About Lambda Solutions, Inc.
Lambda Solutions, Inc. (LSI) is a Delaware company focusing on innovative laser-based spectroscopic and optical solutions for commercial quality and process control, environmental monitoring, material identification in industry, security, and law enforcement, and research laboratories. The enormous market opportunities in these areas, especially in expanding commercial sectors such as those in China, have not been fully realized. The Lambda Solutions' business model and the Company's technological innovations address critical hurdles in instrument design to provide solutions to system sensitivity, flexibility, and cost. By integrating enabling software architectures with its hardware design, LSI is capable of meeting a wide range of essential industrial-commercial and research applications. LSI's technology strategy uses proprietary initiatives in optics, laser design, detection sensitivity, and software design to facilitate the aggressive transformation of innovative concepts into practice.

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Dr. Victor Sapirstein

Lambda Solutions, Inc.
411 Waverley Oaks Road, Suite 335
Waltham, MA 02452 USA
Tel: 781-478-0170

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