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Raman System

BioPhotonics
Apr 2010
BaySpec Inc.Request Info
 
BaySpec Inc. has unveiled the NIR long-wave RamSpec series for Raman instrumentation of biological tissues, including skin, with minimal fluorescence interference. The instrument, which operates at wavelengths from 1064 to 1720 nm, employs a proprietary Volume Phase Grating as the spectral dispersion element and an InGaAs array detector for high-speed parallel processing and continuous spectrum measurement. For input it uses a fiber optic bundle or slit optics arrangement based on the customer’s preference. Applications include Fourier transform Raman replacement, in vivo or in vitro medical research, forensics, drug screening and pharmaceuticals.


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