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Raman Imaging Sensors

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Headwall Photonics Inc. has announced new models of the Raman Explorer that enhance the ability to detect explosives and other chemical threats. Available for laser excitation as low as 248 nm, the Raman Explorer instruments extend the current analytical ability of customers in the defense and homeland security sectors through high-UV spectral performance coupled with a small form factor for field-based deployment. The sensors enable UV analysis in stand-off detection and in-line processing applications. For commercial applications, particularly in-line process analysis in areas such as food quality, pharmaceutical manufacturing and semiconductor processing, the UV Raman Explorer series enables the use of new techniques such as Raman line-scan analysis and spatially offset Raman spectroscopy.

Photonics Spectra
Feb 2011

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