Renishaw inVia Raman Microscope

Inert/controlled atmosphere Raman Spectrometer

Raman Spectroscopy is a non-destructive chemical analysis technique which provides detailed information about chemical structure, phase and polymorphy, crystallinity and molecular interactions.

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Detailed Description

The inVia Qontor spectrometer has LiveTrack™ focus tracking technology and enables users to analyse samples with uneven, curved or rough surfaces. Optimum focus is maintained in real time during data collection. This removes the need for time consuming manual focusing, pre-scanning
or sample preparation. We have customised our instrument so that the 532, 633 and 785 nm lasers can be directed to an inverted stage as well into a glovebox via fibre optic probe to allow in situ experiments with air sensitive samples. WiRE controls the acquisition of spectra and provides dedicated data processing and analysis options, so you can, for example, identify an unknown spectrum, remove its background, or even determine the distribution of particles in megapixel-sized Raman images.


Rapid materials characterisation for a wide variety of samples (pharmaceuticals, biomolecules, minerals, semiconductors)
Characterisation of carbon materials (graphene, nanotubes)

Multiple lasers: 532, 633, 785 nm
Spectral resolution: 0.3 cm-1 (FWHM)
Stability: < ±0.01 cm-1
Low/high wavenumber cut-off: 5 cm-1 / 30,000 cm-1
Spatial resolution: lateral/axial 0.25 µm / < 1 µm
Detector size: 1024 pixel × 256 pixel, Sample viewing
Stereo viewing: Automatic white light/Raman switching, Combined white light and laser video viewing, White light autofocus (LiveTrack)
Data collection: automated measurement queuing, internal neon wavelength calibration source
Alignment: internal reference standards for calibration, laser and signal auto-align