Presented by Dr. Steven Booth, Research Scientist, Dupont Teijin Films and Dr. Adam Holland, Regional Raman Product Manager, HORIBA Scientific, in partnership with SelectScience
Raman spectroscopy (RS) has evolved into one of the most widely used spectroscopic techniques for material characterization. This non-destructive tool is applied to identify molecules and provide vital information on sample crystallinity, vibrational modes, chemical and crystal structure type, as well as the presence of local stress, defects, and impurities. Characterization is achieved by irradiating a sample with a beam of photons, which interacts with the molecular vibrations and phonons composed within a sample. Typically, this technique is combined with confocal microscopy to provide Raman imaging with micron-scale resolution in either two or three dimensions.
In this webinar, join Dr. Adam Holland and Dr. Steven Booth to find out more about the advances in hardware and software that have made today’s instrumentation accessible to non-Raman experts. Booth will also reveal how Raman imaging has helped others obtain a better understanding of products and processes within an industrial setting.
Key learning objectives:
- Understand how Raman spectroscopy can be applied to solve real-world challenges
- Appreciate how instrument and software advances have made Raman imaging suitable for non-experts
- Discover the broad range of applications that can benefit from Raman measurements
Who should attend?
- Industrial quality control managers
- Industrial laboratory managers
- Industrial R&D scientists
- Academic scientists
- Those who would like to obtain a better understanding of the benefits of molecular identification/analysis for real-world problems