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Raman Microscope

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Thermo Fisher Scientific has released the DXRxi Raman imaging microscope for applications including pharmaceutical formulation, life sciences, semiconductor manufacturing and geology.

The device can reveal molecular structure, chemical composition and sample morphology to identify defects and confirm product quality. Proprietary OMNICxi image-centric data acquisition software provides intuitive sample targeting and parameter optimization.

Other features include automated alignment and calibration; near-instant visual chemical profiling; and quick analysis of large samples.

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Apr 2014

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