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August 17, 2011

Spectroscopy Spotlight
Analyzing Nanomaterials with Raman
Mircea Chipara of the Univeristy of Texas-Pan American talks about the use of Raman spectroscopy in the analysis of carbonaceous materials.
Featured Products

Sol™ Series NIR Spectrometers

B &W Tek has upgraded its Sol™ series of fiber-coupled InGaAs array spectrometers to now offer extended range and high resolution options along with enhanced TE cooling, as low as -25°C.  The series features wavelength ranges between 900nm and 2550nm, with <1nm resolution and up to 1024 pixels.  These low noise, high sensitivity spectrometers all have a built-in autozero function and up to four gain settings (Maximum Dynamic, High Dynamic, High Sensitivity, and Maximum Sensitivity).  All units in the series feature USB standard interface or RS232 option for easy integration into OEM systems.
Featured News
International Light Scattering Colloquium
Wyatt Technology Corporation will host its 22nd Annual International Light Scattering Colloquium October 31 to November 1 at the Four Seasons Biltmore in Santa Barbara, California.
Question of the Week

Which application area has seen the most growth with Raman technology?

A) Biomedical/biological
B) Homeland security
C) Pharmaceutical
D) Material science
E) Forensic analysis

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Last Week's Results

Which AA system do you use the most in your lab?

Dual atomizer
More on Raman

The presentation of a method that provides prompt detection of the presence of cancer cells inside the 2-mm margin of tissue surrounding after excision using spatially offset Raman spectroscopy. MORE »


Raman spectroscopy offers a rapid, simple, and nondestructive technique for the identification of counterfeit medicines. MORE »


Raman spectroscopy (weak H2O Raman scattering) has been a tool of choice for investigating aqueous lipid suspensions. Recently, there has been interest in supported lipid bilayers (SLBs), where lipids are believed to have fluidities similar to those of free vesicles, and thus have been investigated for applications such as sensors and drug delivery vehicles. MORE »


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