février 20, 2024
In this Application Note, the capability of the RM5 and Ramacle® software for graphene analysis is demonstrated by mapping the layer number, strain, and defects on graphene films.
février 16, 2024
This application note shows how to characterise the triplet state of a common photosensitiser, rose bengal, as well as singlet oxygen phosphorescence using the same instrument, the LP980 Transient Absorption Spectrometer.
janvier 31, 2024
This Application Note demonstrates how the alignment of carbon nanotube architectures can be probed using angle-polarised Raman microscopy with the Edinburgh Instruments RM5
janvier 22, 2024
This application note, Raman Microscopy for Pharmaceutical Analysis, gives a complete overview of the pharmaceutical applications of the RM5 and RMS1000 Confocal Raman Microscopes.
janvier 16, 2024
In this Application Note, Raman spectroscopy is coupled with principal component analysis (PCA) to discriminate between bacterial species.
janvier 4, 2024
This application note demonstrates the benefits of Raman microscopy in pharmaceutical analysis and the role it can perform in assuring the quality and reliability of antihistamine medications.
décembre 11, 2023
This application note the near-infrared (NIR) detection capabilities of the FS5 are employed to examine quantum dots (QDs). Solvent choice in this region can interfere with emission of the sample.
décembre 7, 2023
In this Application Note, peak position and peak width Raman imaging are used to reveal strained and nanocrystalline silicon regions around a defect in a semiconductor wafer.
décembre 6, 2023
Using the FLS1000 Photoluminescence Spectrometer, this application note evaluates the photoluminescence lifetime, quantum yield, and spectral characteristics of quantum dots (QDs) in the near-infrared (NIR) region.
septembre 5, 2023
Raman spectroscopy is ideal for the identification of materials in cultural heritage artefacts because it is non-destructive, specific, sensitive, requires minimal sample preparation, and can be coupled with a microscope for micron-range spatial resolution. Our Application Note demonstrates this with various cultural heritage samples.