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Compact Raman Module for easy integration with major brand upright microscopes (Nikon, Olympus, Leica, Carl Zeiss)

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It is now possible to upgrade your existing upright microscope with Raman Spectroscopy capability by simply adding the uRaman module.

  • Compact 
  • Affordable
  • Research Grade Sensitivity
  • User Controllable Laser Power
  • Available in various wavelengths - 532nm/633nm/785nm
  • Multimodality Imaging Capability (Raman + Fluorescence/DIC/Polarization)
  • Easy integration with major brand upright microscopes (Nikon, Olympus, Leica, and Carl Zeiss)

MSE Supplies is the U.S. distributor of uRaman module from TechnoSpex.  Please contact us today to discuss how you can easily upgrade your current optical microscope into a Raman Spectroscopy system without over spending your research dollars.    

The uRaman is the state-of-the-art flexible Raman spectroscopy system. It offers high performance, ease of use and yet remains affordable.

The uRaman-Module can be easily integrated with most upright microscopes from the following brands: Nikon, Olympus, Leica, Carl Zeiss, etc. It is also possible to integrate with existing imaging setup, such as fluorescence microscopy, without affecting overall microscopy performance. Multiple modules, stackable to achieve dual or triple wavelength measurement.

Integrated with a 532nm, 633nm or 785nm laser and a high sensitivity linear array detector, the module includes power attenuators, laser safety interlock and user friendly software.

 uRaman Specifications  

Laser  532 nm  633 nm  785 nm 
Laser Type   Single Mode Frequency-Stabilized 
Laser Power 70 mW 70 mW 100 mW
Laser FWHM Bandwidth ~100 MHz ~150 MHz  ~105 MHz 
Detector  Cooled and Non-Cooled 2048 pixel CCD array
Spectral Resolution  10cm-1 9cm-1 7cm-1
Spectral Range  100-2400 cm-1 / 100-3600 cm-1
Integration Time  2 ms to 10 mins 
Software  uSoft or uSoft-Map 
Power Supply  5 Volt DC 
Dimensions  Length x Width x Height 
30 cm x 31 cm x 6.5 cm

  

 

Application Note:

Polarized Raman Spectroscopy

Polarized Raman provides insightful information, such as molecular orientation and symmetries of molecular vibrations, to the Raman spectroscopy. These are additional information which is otherwise undetected by non-polarized Raman spec-troscopy. Polarization of the molecule is brought about by the symmetrical vibrational modes, which can be determined by the vibrational selection rule using group theory. Hence, polarized Raman spectroscopy has been extensively used to obtain valuable information relating to molecular shape in synthetic chemistry, orientation of molecules, and crystal lattice of liquid crystals and polymer samples. In this app note, we demonstrate the Raman polarization effect of cyclohex-ane, a well-known liquid sample with strong polarization effect. In addition, we use polarized Raman spectra to differenti-ate as-prepared and stretched states of semi-crystalline low density polyethylene (LDPE) plastic film.

Publications:

Optimizing gold nanostars as a colloid-based surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) substrate, PDF download
Shuai He1, Malvin Wei Cherng Kang1, Fahima Jaleel Khan1, Eddie Khay Ming Tan2, Miguel Arnold Reyes3 and James Chen Yong Kah1
Journal of Optics, Volume 17, Number 11

Author affiliations
1 Nanomedicine & Nanorobotics Laboratory, Department of Biomedical Engineering, National University of Singapore, 9 Engineering Drive 1, Blk EA, #03-12, Singapore 117575
2 TechnoSpex Pte. Ltd. 1092, Lower Delta Road, #04-01, Singapore 169203
3 Department of Materials Science and Engineering, National University of Singapore, 9 Engineering Drive 1, Blk EA, #03-09, Singapore 117575 

Simultaneous UV–Visible Absorption and Raman Spectroelectrochemistry
David Ibañez, Jesus Garoz-Ruiz, Aranzazu Heras*, and Alvaro Colina*
Department of Chemistry, Universidad de Burgos, Pza. Misael Bañuelos s/n, E-09001 Burgos, Spain
Anal. Chem., Article ASAP
DOI: 10.1021/acs.analchem.6b02008
Publication Date (Web): July 18, 2016 


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