LabRAM Soleil™ in Action
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LabRAM Soleil™ Raman Microscope
LabRAM Soleil™ sets new standards in Raman microscopy for both advanced research and QC departments, enabling faster exploration of new applications; Raman imaging is made faster and easier than ever before.
Breakthrough in Hyperspectral Imaging
SmartSampling™ decreases map times by 2 orders of magnitude! It acquires the most contributive parts of the image first, provides an image of even low scattering samples right away, and continuously improves to allow the user to stop the acquisition anytime, as soon as image quality is good enough.
Expert Level Raman Images for Everyone!
EasyImage™ is a new app in the LabSpec6™ LabStore which provides guidelines to new users who need to quickly generate publication-ready results. It helps understanding the 5 key steps of a chemical image generation and fasten learning curves of beginners in Raman spectroscopy.
Polymorphisms Characterization: When Raman Microscopy Supports the Pharmaceutical Industry
Polymorphisms characterization of active molecules is one piece of important information for the pharmaceutical industry, not only on raw powders, but also in the final form. Raman microscopy remains the most appropriate solution for this application. In this paper, we present an example of polymorphisms characterization by Raman microscopy using the super low frequency module.
Structural Characterization of WS2 Flakes by Photoluminescence and Ultra-low Frequency Raman Spectroscopy on a Unique Multimode Platform
Raman spectroscopy on a unique multimode platform 2D materials are state-of-the-art in nano- and opto-electronics. Characterizing their structural properties with a non-destructive approach at the micron scale is very important. We demonstrate in this paper how LabRAM Soleil™ confocal Raman multimode microscope is the perfect tool for these materials characterization.
Raman Microscopy Applied on Polymers Characterization: An Overview
Raman microscopy is an excellent tool to address the polymer research. Raman microscopy can be used to characterize raw materials, to inline or outline monitor polymerization process, to investigate orientation and crystallization changes, and also to control the quality and traceability of genuine products, by understanding defects and compounds distribution. In this article, we present how HORIBA Raman microscopy solutions can support the polymer chemical and structural understanding.