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Application Note: 3D Raman Mapping of a Transdermal Patch

How can Raman microscopy help the battle to quit smoking? Read this latest application note to find out how the RMS1000 can aid pharmaceutical laboratories quality control nicotine patches via 3D Raman mapping.


Application Note: Energy Transfer in a Liquid Scintillator Investigated using Time-Resolved X-ray Excited Luminescence Spectroscopy

Liquid scintillator detectors are widely utilised in neutrino and astroparticle detection experiments. One liquid scintillator that is increasingly being used in large scale detection experiments is linear alkylbenzene (LAB). LAB is an attractive scintillator due to its low cost, high flash point and low toxicity; making it easier to handle than previously used toxic and flammable organic solvents. LAB is commonly used together with the fluor 2,5-diphenyloxazole (PPO) which increases luminescence yield and shifts the luminescence to longer wavelengths.In this application note the properties of the liquid scintillator system LAB/PPO are investigated using time-resolved X-ray excited luminescence spectroscopy with the FLS1000 and XS1 X-ray Sample Chamber.


Application Note: Confocal Raman and Photoluminescence Microscopy for Forensic Investigations

Forensic investigations often study extremely small samples which may need analysed by multiple techniques. Confocal Raman and Photoluminescence (PL) Microscopy are well-suited techniques for dealing with such samples. This application note details how Raman and PL microscopy can be used as an analysis tool in any forensic laboratory.


Webinar: Introduction to Raman Microscopy and its Applications

You can now view the above webinar on our website.


Webinar: Raman Spectroscopy of Polymers

We are delighted to announce the next in our series of popular webinars - “Raman Spectroscopy of Polymers”. This webinar session will be taking place at 9am and 4pm GMT on the 19th November.


Webinar: Applying Raman & PL Microscopy to Materials Characterisation

View our webinar – “Applying Raman & PL Microscopy to Materials Characterisation”.


Webinar: Photoluminescence and Transient Absorption

Discover this webinar presented by Edinburgh Instruments about 'Photoluminescence and Transient Absorption'.


Webinar: Photoluminescence Characterisation of Perovskite Semiconductors

We recently visited the virtual MRS Spring Conference where we ran a webinar session on the popular topic of 'Photoluminescence Characterisation of Perovskite Semiconductors'.


Webinar: Disentangling Fluorescence & Phosphorescence using FLS1000 Photoluminescence Spectrometer

We recently ran a webinar on 'Disentangling Fluorescence & Phosphorescence using FLS1000 Photoluminescence Spectrometer' and have broken it down into 6 bite-size chunks for easy watching.


TADF: What is Thermally Activated Delayed Fluorescence?

Thermally Activated Delayed Fluorescence (TADF) is a mechanism for enhancing the efficiency of Organic Light Emitting Diodes (OLEDs) (by harvesting triplet excitors). TADF has therefore attracted widespread interest in the OLED community and research into TADF and OLEDS is a popular application of our FS5 and FL1000 photoluminescence spectrometers.