HORIBA XploRA MICRO-RAMAN


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GENERAL INFORMATION | STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURE

The Horiba XploRA Plus confocal Raman microscope, located in the SMCL glovebox, is used for air and moisture sensitive material characterization. The 532 nm wavelength laser can supply 0.01 to 17 mW at the sample location. 600, 1200, 1800, and 2400 gr/mm gratings are mounted on a motorized turret and can be selected in software. Waveplates are available to deliver linearly (x or y) or circularly polarized excitation. Linear polarizers can also be selected for the scattered light, allowing users to run experiments in both cross- and parallel-polarized configurations. The system features a motorized stage which enables Raman and photoluminescence mapping.

For more information please contact Dr. Daniel Paley.