Abstract

Raman spectroscopy has since a long time proven its value for the identification of unknown samples, while also serving users in the material verification and process automation areas. With the development of smaller optics, improved and more affordable lasers, detectors and electronics, Raman Spectrometers are becoming smaller, easier to use and more affordable. This trend opens up for a much wider use of the technology, but it also brings about new challenges. Come and listen to Serstech’s experiences of this evolving market and how the technology is adapted to meet new user needs. Article not available.

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