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Increase throughput without losing precision whether line scanning or point Raman
Raman spectroscopy is used in two techniques to scan the sample – point Raman, where the laser beam could either be incident on the sample on a single focus point or as a line. Line Raman technique increases throughput (and speed) but requires higher power from the lasers. Both methods can be applied in in-line applications. Raman spectroscopy relies on spectral bandwidth (resolution is an effect of spectral bandwidth, narrow bandwidth = higher resolution), power stability, and wavelength stability. Optics typically limit the laser wavelength to either 532 or 785 nm. Meeting the optimal specifications of these will give a clear reading of the chemical make-up of what is being tested.
Whether line scanning or point Raman, OEMs and end-use customers want to increase throughput without losing precision. This can be achieved through in-line applications and Novanta laser systems offer:
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