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Home > Press > Complimentary Webinar: Rethinking Raman: Revolutionize Your Approach to Chemical Analysis: Introducing Our Full Suite of Tools for Raman Spectroscopy

Abstract:
Please join us in learning how advances in Raman spectroscopy have led to unprecedented performance for an exhaustive list of application areas. This advanced molecular spectroscopy technique provides a powerful, nondestructive approach to chemical and materials analysis. Raman has rapidly become the tool of choice for cutting-edge research from graphene and carbon nanotechnology to nanoscale medicine/pharmaceuticals, process control, semiconductors, and solar cells among many other fields.

Complimentary Webinar: Rethinking Raman: Revolutionize Your Approach to Chemical Analysis: Introducing Our Full Suite of Tools for Raman Spectroscopy

Waltham, MA | Posted on November 10th, 2011

At Thermo Fisher Scientific, we're Rethinking the conventional approach to Raman. Once reserved for only the highest-end research labs, our user-friendly and solutions-driven instruments are designed to get you the answers you need. This short, 45 minute presentation is packed with information to help you appreciate the full power of Raman spectroscopy and how it can help you achieve your goals. We'll also cover detailed technical information, including what to look for in an instrument, highlight some ground-breaking applications, and illustrate how our DXR line of Raman spectrometers give exceptional results right out of the box. This broad overview will provide the expertise you need to make an informed decision about how to make Raman work for you.

Whether you are learning about Raman for the first time or are considering how to harness the power of this technique, join us to explore how Thermo Scientific DXR Raman instruments can help push your data to the next level. Thermo Scientific DXR: Smart, Flexible, Powerful.

Choose a convenient time:
Wednesday, November 16, 2011: Session 1 - 9:00am EST / 14:00 GMT/UTC Check Time. Wednesday, November 16, 2011: Session 2 - 4:00pm EST / 21:00 GMT/UTC Check Time.

Who may be interested in attending:

First time users of Raman spectroscopy
Experienced users of Raman and other analytical techniques
Industrial customers looking to expand their analysis toolkit

Thank you. We look forward to you joining us!
Thermo Scientific Raman Spectroscopy Team

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Carl D. Millholland

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