The new Raman spectro for the SIR platform was delivered in mid September and put into service at the end of September. This is a LabRAM HR Evolution spectrometer from Horiba Scientific. It makes it possible to carry out Raman spectra of micro and macro-samples with high spectral resolution.
It is coupled to a confocal microscope, equipped with an XYZ motorized table, which offers the possibility of imaging a sample in 2D (or in 3D for transparent samples) with a spatial resolution of the order of µm2 (a few µm3 In 3D).
The system has 4 lasers: 405 nm, 532 nm, 633 nm and 785 nm.
Campus : Beaulieu
Build: 10 A
In charge : Virginie Nazabal, Jean-Pierre Guin