Raman spectroscopy is a powerful technique which can provide insight into chemical structure and bonding. Measurements can be acquired with (Raman microscopy) or without a microscope (macro-Raman) depending on the information one wants to obtain.
This webinar will focus specifically on Macro-Raman and the valuable information it can provide, from identification/ differentiation to quantification, to real-time process monitoring. The ease-of use, sensitivity, and flexibility of the HORIBA MacroRAM makes this an ideal instrument for measuring all different types of samples including solids, liquids, gels, gases, etc. and the use of an external probe allows for easy and flexible sample handling. Examples will be shown for industrial applications from select fields such as microplastics, pharmaceuticals, gemology, and polymers.
What you will learn:
- Macroscopic Raman spectroscopy
- Raman as a tool for chemical specificity in various industrial applications
Who should attend:
- Researchers in the field of pharmaceuticals, gemology, polymers and microplastics
- Researchers interested in chemical analysis of liquids or bulk materials from chemical ID to quantification, to process monitoring