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Confocal Raman Imaging (Raman)

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Raman microscope

The Raman microscope is a laser-based microscopic device used to perform Raman spectroscopy. The term MOLE (molecular optics laser examiner) is used to refer to the Raman-based microprobe. The technique used is named after C. V. Raman, who discovered the scattering properties in liquids.

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Confocal Raman microscope with AFM. Excitation: solid state lasers 532nm, 785nm and He-Ne laser. Equipped with True Surface option.

acquisition of Raman spectra
chemical mapping
high-resolution atomic force microscopy

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