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Photon etc., pioneer in Bragg based hyperspectral imaging, brings new possibilities to nanotechnologists with the introduction of a turn-key Resonant Raman Spectroscopy (RRS) System

Photon etc. introduces its new turn-key Resonant Raman Spectroscopy (RRS) System

Montréal | Posted on September 6th, 2010

The system uses a unique tunable notch filter able to block elastic scattering on a large wavelength range while maintaining a very high throughput.

Coupled to state-of-the-art tunable laser, spectrograph and an EMCCD camera, the system is ideal to:

• Study vibrational, optical, and electronic properties of materials in a non-destructive manner;
• Analyze carotenoids, pigments and dyes in art, archeology and forensics;
• Characterize the diameter and chirality distribution of a mixed population of carbon nanotubes (CNT);
• Monitor in-situ CNT properties during growth, in order to achieve better control on the CNT production for applications such as nanotube conductive layers or transistors.

The system received a warm welcome at NT10 Eleventh International Conference on the science and application of Nanotubes in Montreal.

It was presented again at ICORS 2010 in Boston, where Photon etc. exhibited.

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