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Fast Raman imaging – methods and techniques

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A modern research-grade Raman microscope can automatically collect Raman spectra to generate Raman images. Raman imaging can provide insight into variations in chemical composition, material stress and strain and defects within a sample. This can be applied to many samples from semiconductors and minerals, to pharmaceuticals and biological specimens.

In this webinar, we will explore fast Raman imaging for various real-world applications.

You will learn about:
  • The information that can be derived from a Raman spectral image
  • Fast Raman imaging methods and when to use each one
  • Optimising Raman imaging parameters for your samples
  • Data processing and Chemometric analysis for large data sets

Meet your speakers:

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Jorge Diniz, Applications Scientist

Jorge is a seasoned Raman Applications Scientist at Renishaw, with a strong academic background in Chemistry and Materials. Jorge’s PhD research focused on the study of confined phenomena in porous systems using vibrational spectroscopy, including Raman. Jorge has continued to successfully apply his expertise in Raman research instruments across a wide range of application areas.
Sarah Shidler, Applications Scientist

Sarah has a PhD in physics. She used Raman spectroscopy to probe surface changes to oxide materials exposed to ionizing radiation. As an applications scientist she focuses on applying Raman spectroscopy to a variety of projects and application areas.


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