Micro-Raman Spectroscopy Testing
The micro-Raman spectroscopy measurement system is based on the Raman spectroscopy system, which focuses the incident laser on the sample through the microscope, so that without interference from the surrounding materials. Various Raman spectral information about the chemical composition, crystal structure, molecular interaction and molecular orientation of the irradiated sample can be accurately obtained. The micro-Raman spectroscopy measurement system can be widely used in food safety, drug testing, environmental testing and other fields. As a professional reliability third-party testing organization, T,C&A Lab's Micro-Raman Testing Technique can perform a full range of analysis services according to ISO, ASTM and other standards as well as industry requirements. Welcome to contact our experts for consultation.
Capabilities of micro-Raman spectrometry include but are not limited to
Features of micro-Raman testing technique
No contact and damage to the sample
The sample does not need to be prepared
Rapid analysis, identify the characteristics and structure of various materials
It needs less samples and is suitable for sample micro area
Our test cases include, but are not limited to
Raman spectra are collected from the ink left on paper by pens, ballpoint pens and pencils. Their peak positions, intensities and distributions are completely different, so as to realize different handwriting identification.
The composite materials, nano materials and electrode materials are characterized.
Cultural relic archaeology
In order to protect cultural relics, non-destructive analysis is needed, and the amount of these analytes is very small. In these cases, micro-Raman is very suitable.
The individual grains have been identified by micro-Raman microscopy.
Detection of proteins in a single intact cell.
Instruments and data
- Hussein, Mohamed Ebaid AbdRabou. Fabrication and Characterization of GaN-based Nanowires for Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting Applications. 2015.
- He, M.; et al. Evaluation of thermal degradation of DLC Film using a novel Raman spectroscopy technique. Coatings 8.4 (2018): 143.
T,C&A Lab's services include, but are not limited to
Note: the service is for research use only and not intended for any clinical use.
- Inductively Coupled Plasma Atomic Emission Spectroscopy (ICP-AES)
- X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF) Testing
- X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy (XPS) Testing
- Infrared Spectroscopy Testing
- Ultraviolet Spectrum (UV) Testing
- Mass Spectrometry Testing
- Micro-Raman Spectroscopy Testing
- Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy Testing
- Elemental Analysis
- Structure Identification
- Flame Resistance Testing
- Electrical Properties Testing
- Optical Properties Testing
- Testing of Magnetic Materials
- Morphology & Size
- Material Properties
- Corrosion Inhibitor Testing
- Crevice Corrosion Testing
- Electrochemical Corrosion Testing
- Galvanic Corrosion Testing
- High Pressure High Temperature (HPHT) Corrosion Testing
- Hydrogen Embrittlement Testing
- Intergranular Corrosion (IGC) Testing
- Pitting Corrosion Testing
- Salt Spray Testing
- Sour Service Corrosion Testing
- Stress Corrosion Cracking (SCC) Testing
- Sulfide Stress Cracking (SSC) Testing
- Thermal Analysis
- Mechanical Testing
- Composite Testing
- Non-Destructive Testing
- Material Characterization
- Performance Testing
- Polymer Material Analysis
- Pharmaceutical Testing
- Chemical Analysis
- Case Depth Testing and Analysis
- Grain Size Analysis
- Particle Size Distribution Analysis and Testing
- Coating Thickness Testing
- Inclusion Rating
- Ferrite Testing
- Porosity Testing
- Grain Flow Testing and Analysis
- Weld Testing
- X-Ray Diffraction (XRD) Analysis
- Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) Laboratory
- Restricted Substances Testing
- Reverse Engineering Service
- Industrial Problem Diagnosis
- Ingredient Analysis