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Battery Research Using Raman Spectroscopy

October 13, 2022

Learn of three real-life examples of using Raman microscopy in battery research, focusing on lithium batteries to better understand the process both ex- and in-situ.

Screening of Surface Contaminations by IR Laser Imaging (QCL)

August 10, 2022

FT-IR microscopy identifies unknown substances and contaminants based on molecular vibration to provide reliable, unambiguous indications of any contamination.

Utilizing Infrared Spectroscopy at Air/Water Interface

September 17, 2021

Infrared reflection-absorption spectroscopy (IRRAS) is a powerful tool for the structural analysis of monolayers at the air/water interface.

Handheld Device for Mineral Analysis

February 15, 2021

Raman spectroscopy as a technique used for mineral and soil analysis for the mining and petroleum industries or for gemstones and the jewelry industry.

Raman Chemical Imaging of Disposable Diapers

November 03, 2016

Raman micro-spectroscopy is a powerful tool to identify the chemical nature of organic and inorganic materials with spatially down to about 1 μm chemical images show the distribution of individual components within heterogeneous materials.

Applications of the Oxford OptistatDry Cryostat with the Vertex Series of FT-IR Research Systems

October 12, 2016

Bruker Corporation and Oxford Instruments announce the full integration of Oxford’s new OptistatDry cryostat with Bruker’s Vertex series of FTIR spectrometers. The Oxford OptistatDry cryostat can be utilized for characterizing materials without the use of liquid helium.