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Cryogenic Raman Imaging System

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Low-Temp Raman Imaging SystemThe cryogenic Raman imaging system cryoRaman, jointly introduced by attocube systems AG and WITec GmbH, integrates attocube's cryostat and nanopositioner technology with the vaunted sensitivity and modularity of WITec’s alpha300 correlative microscope series. The device is designed to be able to operate in extremely cold temperatures with an operating range of 1.6 to 300K. It offers excitation wavelengths from VIS to NIR with optimized spectrometers, high magnetic fields, patented cryogenic Raman-specific objectives, and a precise piezoelectric scan stage. Optional modules expand the device’s capability and versatility by offering fine-tuning and on-the-fly adjustments.

Nov/Dec 2021

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