Tag Archives: Raman spectroscopy

Optical Design Differences between Conventional and Handheld Raman

Raman spectroscopy is a sophisticated chemical identification method that fingerprints samples according to molecular vibrational modes. These are detectable as a wavelength shift of inelastically scattered monochromatic light, known as the Raman Effect. The trouble is the inherent weakness of Raman signals compared to the incident laser light and the more prevalent Rayleigh scattering. In … Continue reading

06-May-2024 Blog, Iridian Spectral Technologies, Optics

Biomedical Applications Using Raman Systems

Interested in how Raman systems can be used in biomedical applications? While Raman spectroscopy has long been useful in pharmaceutical analysis and the identification of hazardous materials, the technology’s usefulness in biomedicine has also been expanding due to less bulky, miniaturized instrumentation. Its inherent capability to distinguish molecular composition is being integrated into specialized diagnostics, in applications … Continue reading

24-Jan-2024 Blog, Iridian Spectral Technologies, Optics

Spotlight on Raman Spectroscopy Filters from Chroma

Experience unparalleled Raman signal detection with Chroma Technology‘s Raman filters, designed with the precision and efficiency that your project demands. Chroma offers an extensive suite of standard Raman filters and Raman sets, designed to accommodate the most common Raman wavelengths. Explore Chroma’s catalog offerings. Benefits of using Chroma’s Raman filters: Enhanced Performance: Superior signal isolation thanks steeper edges and broader, flatter transmission … Continue reading

16-Jul-2023 Blog, Chroma Technology, Optics

Optical Filter Sets for Raman Applications

Chroma Technology understands that Raman scattering requires much better filters with steep edges to isolate the signal of interest. Their Raman filters or sets will cover a wide variety of spectral ranges for your application when you need higher transmission values, steep transitions, and superior blocking to keep out unwanted photons. The Raman scattering analytical technique … Continue reading

02-May-2023 Blog, Chroma Technology, Optics
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