RAMAN Spectroscopy - Witec Rise
The Raman effect is based on light interacting with the chemical bonds of a sample. Due to vibrations in the chemical bonds the interaction with photons causes specific energy shifts in the back scattered light that appear in a Raman spectrum. The Raman spectrum is unique for each chemical composition and can provide qualitative and quantitative information of the material.
Main technical features
- Raman spectrometer
- Correlative microscopy SEM-Raman
- Laser 532 nm
No preparation required
The SEM is situated on the Microscopy & Analysis Facility at Cergy Pontoise University. External users have to contact the head of the facility, Dr Philippe Robion (email@example.com) or Mai Phuong Ngiem (firstname.lastname@example.org) to discuss project feasibility and approval. A fee will be charged depending of users (Academics or Industry).