LabRAM Laboratory Raman Microspectrophotometer (1993)

Raman spectroscopy was optimized. The devices were adapted to the market for microanalysts and geologists and became increasingly smaller in size. The LabRAM (for “Laboratoire Raman”), developed by Édouard Da Silva and Bernard Roussel, uses the technological advances of Rayleigh filters and CCD detectors. This instrument took the place of the T64000, becoming the new standard in Raman spectroscopy.