The new DXR3 Raman family brings Raman analysis at the speed researchers need with advanced imaging capabilities like particle analysis, 3D visualization software and improved stability with automatic x-axis calibration. Expanded offerings of lasers and cameras improve application flexibility. Researchers in pharmaceutical, polymer/chemical, academia, microplastics and other material science applications will move from sample to answer faster while enjoying minimal sample prep and ease of use that make Raman a top analytical technique.
With minimal sample preparation pharmaceutical customers can employ Raman in several stages of their workflow; formulation and development or quality control. Raman can quickly identify chemical structure to pin-point defects/contaminants and maintain product consistency.
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Desirable properties of consumer products are in a constant state of evolution requiring researchers and manufacturers to be three steps ahead. As such, polymer compound researchers are demanding tools that quickly identify failure modes, material distribution and material properties in complex compounds. Raman spectroscopy is capable of probing layered materials non-destructively, informing researchers on the structure and crystallinity of compounds, and offering spatial resolution below 1μm.
Researchers using multiple instruments or shared labs need to be experts in their application but can’t be experts in analytical techniques. With the DXR3 Raman family of instruments, you can use Raman spectroscopy, microscopy, and imaging to advance your knowledge and reputation in your own field of work without mastering a new scientific technique. This family of instruments does not require an expert to set up the instrument, collect data or interpret the results.
Raman analysis of semiconductor materials enable researchers and manufacturers to quickly analyze the behavior of new components and materials. The ability of Raman to detect stress in materials allows for quick and effective defect analysis – vital for electronics manufacturers trying to improve yield and reliability of products. The DXR3 Raman family offers a broad range of options to support the needs of electronics researchers and manufacturers from early-stage research to QA/QC.
The complex nature of batteries requires a multi-faceted combination of electro chemical analyses and materials characterization techniques. Raman spectroscopy has emerged as an important analytical technique that can be used for the characterizing for a variety of battery components. Battery researchers and developers need to understand the structural and material changes of battery components in order to optimize rate capability, distance on charge, discharge and safety.
Our use of plastics in everyday items and manufacturing processes has resulted in a deluge of slowly degradable materials entering our environment and our food chain. Academic and industrial researchers are leveraging new analytical techniques to identify and assess the risks of microplastics found in the environment and consumer products. Raman microscopy can help you identify, characterize, and quantify microplastics from a variety of sample sources (bottled water, ocean water, industry waste streams) without being a spectroscopy expert.
Characterizing materials like graphene or other specialty materials requires noninvasive methods making Raman a top choice. Many material traits like disorder, edge and grain boundaries, thickness, doping, strain and thermal conductivity can be learned from Raman spectrum and its behavior under varying physical conditions.