Raman spectroscopy is based on the scattering effect discovered by Indian scientist Raman, and analyzes the scattering spectra with different incident frequencies to obtain information on the vibration and rotation of the molecule and is applied to the analysis of molecular structure. Raman spectroscopy is a molecular structure characterization technique based on the Raman effect. The signal is derived from the vibration and rotation of the molecule. Different materials have different Raman shift, so they can be analyzed by Raman.
Raman spectroscopy is fast and stable, and can be used for non-destructive detection. It is widely used in many fields such as medicine, security, food safe, chemistry and biology. It is suitable for solution analysis due to water has little Raman scattering. Nowadays, laser is widely used as an excitation source of Raman system
Modular Raman spectrum measuring device
Mini spectrometer，BIM-6002A Series
Single-point Reflection Stage，BIM-6314
Portable Raman Spectrometer
785nm Raman spectroscopy of Alcohol
532nm Raman spectroscopy of Alcohol