Raman spectroscopy has proven to be a technological innovation in the pharmaceutical industry by becoming one of the most popular analytical measurement tools. Coupled with chemometrics methods, it has significant advantages of high sensitivity and resolution in pharmaceutical quantitative analysis. It can be used in the characterization of drug molecules to revealing solid, liquid and solution phase samples arising from polymorphism and quantitative applications in formulations. Stop waiting for the laboratory...
Meet the Z: The world’s premier handheld LIBS (Laser induced breakdown spectroscopy) analyzer featuring the most advanced technology ever created in a handheld elemental analyzer. The Z-300’s spectrometer range covers 190 nm – 850 nm, or optionally out to 930 nm. It offers instant analysis of every element in the Periodic Table, for nearly all materials, anywhere on the planet. The analyzer features pre-configured Apps for specific applications (alloys, geochem, etc.). Or users may create their...
Our solutions enable rapid on-the-spot verification of raw materials at the loading dock, so you can quickly identify any faulty or substandard deliveries. They also enable rapid quality assurance checks as end product leaves the factory. All the data is collected to provide you with a digital record that enables full traceability later on, if needed.
Increasing regulations and specifications for fuel quality, compliance and the need to detect calamities as quickly as possible underlined the importance of on-line analyzers. Since more than 10 years AppliTek has acquired a considerable expertise in the advice, design and implementation of on-line analyzers and complete monitoring systems in the oil and gas sector.
Layers in MoS2 can be identified by photoluminescence or Raman spectroscopy, both of which suffer from diffraction limit of far-field optics. Here we demonstrate that visible PiFM can detect number of layers as well as defect associated PiFM signals with exceptional sensitivity and spatial resolution. The sample below is exfoliated MoS2 film transferred onto a quartz substrate. The PiFM measurements were performed with excitation wavelength of 488 nm.
The Raman spectroscopy technique has been developed by scientists in the laboratory for remotely detecting specific gases in the atmosphere. Raymetrics has received sufficient industry interest to begin turning this technique into an operational product.
Relative humidity (RH) is a crucial parameter for atmospheric research and Meteorology, as it represents the current state of water vapor and ambient air related to saturation. The interest in the role of RH in the modification of aerosol, precipitation and cloud microphysics, including CCN formation, has recently increased mainly due to the crucial role of aerosol–cloud interactions in climate change. Raymetrics Lidars offer 24/7 monitoring of Atmospheric RH.