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Application Note: Raman Mapping of Layer Number, Strain, and Structural Defects in Graphene

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.


Transient Absorption and Singlet Oxygen Phosphorescence of Rose Bengal Photosensitiser

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.


People of Edinburgh Instruments - CJ Seller

We chatted with CJ Seller, Head of Marketing here at Edinburgh Instruments, to find more about her and her role here. At Edinburgh Instruments, we are proud of all our employees for all they do behind the scenes, so we thought it was time to put them in the spotlight. This series does exactly that!


Research Highlight: Identifying Triplet-Triplet Annihilation Upconversion Loss Mechanisms Using Transient Absorption and Photoluminescence Spectroscopy

This Research Highlight focuses on the results published in the Journal of the American Chemical Society of our customers from Sweden. The researchers used the FLS1000 photoluminescence and LP980 transient absorption spectrometers to facilitate their research on exploring mechanisms for more efficient photon-upconversion.


Application Note: Angle-Resolved Polarised Raman Microscopy for Determining the Orientation of Carbon Nanotubes

This Application Note demonstrates how the alignment of carbon nanotube architectures can be probed using angle-polarised Raman microscopy with the Edinburgh Instruments RM5


Research Highlight: Temperature Dependent Photoluminescence and Transient Absorption of Organic Co-crystals

This application note highlights the recently published results in Nature Communications of our customers from India who used the FLS-series photoluminescence and the LP980 transient absorption spectrometers to facilitate their research.


Application Note: Raman Microscopy for Pharmaceutical Analysis

This application note, Raman Microscopy for Pharmaceutical Analysis, gives a complete overview of the pharmaceutical applications of the RM5 and RMS1000 Confocal Raman Microscopes.


Application Note: Discrimination of Bacteria Species Using Raman Microscopy and Principal Component Analysis

In this Application Note, Raman spectroscopy is coupled with principal component analysis (PCA) to discriminate between bacterial species.


Application Note: Raman Microscopy for the Characterisation of Antihistamine Formulations

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.


Application Note: NIR Emission Spectra of PbS Quantum Dots Using the FS5 Spectrofluorometer

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.