Photon etc. offers an ultrafast hyperspectral imager called RIMA NANO™. This state-of-the-art Raman imager comes with a range of excitation wavelengths and is suitable for analyzing nanomaterials from graphene to carbon nanotubes.
Its rapidity makes it an exceptional tool for research institutes, universities, and industrial laboratories.
The main features of the RIMA NANO™ hyperspectral imaging system include:
- High spatial and spectral resolution
- Fast global mapping (non scanning)
- Non-destructive analysis
- Megapixel images in minutes
- Stokes and anti-stokes
- Complete system with source, microscope, camera, filter, and software
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Mono- and bilayer graphene - Investigation of CVD monolayer graphene with bilayer islands is performed with RIMA™.
Large area maps of defects, number of layers and stacking order is used to rigorously study the growth conditions.
Graphene CVD on copper - RIMA™ is used to thoroughly evaluate the structural properties of graphene grown in different condition. The intrinsic specificity of Raman scattering combined with global imaging capabilities allows users to assess large of defects, number of layers and stacking order.
Raman multiplexing - RIMA™ is used for the development and characterization of carbon nanotubes based Raman nanoprobes.
Raman hyperspectral imaging is employed for efficient multiplexing and biodetection.
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