Application Note

How To Make A Tissue Raman Measurement At 1064 nm

Source: BaySpec Inc.

By Chad Lieber, Huawen Wu, and Eric Bergles

How To Make A Tissue Raman Measurement At 1064 nm

The combination of improved Raman technology and the technique’s molecular sensitivity have led to a rise in Raman usage for a variety of applications including pharmaceutical, biomedical, industrial, and forensics. There remains, however, a struggle to extract useful Raman spectra from fluorescent and luminescent samples. For those users who require longer wavelengths such as 1064 nm, the only available option has been FT-Raman. Now, BaySpec’s new dispersive 1064 nm Raman spectrometers offer users a turn-key solution that combines the speed, sensitivity, and rugged design of traditional dispersive Raman instruments with the fluorescence avoidance of traditional FT-Raman instruments. Download the full application note for how to use these instruments to make a Raman measurement at 1064nm, and more.