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Compact SERS Spectrometer

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Compact SERS SpectrometerThe size of a deck of cards, Hamamatsu’s C13560 is a compact SERS spectrometer that includes all functions needed to perform surface-enhanced Raman measurements using the compatible J13856 SERS substrate. The C13560 incorporates a 785 nm light source and measures Raman signals within 1850-400 wavenumbers. Hamamatsu also offers compact spectrometers for UV-Vis and NIR. Learn more.


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