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Improved Raman spectrometer identifies materials

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The i-Raman Pro ST (photo) is a portable, high-throughput Raman spectrometer that uses the company’s patent-pending “See Through” technology, which enhances the Raman signature of the content. This added functionality allows for the identification of materials inside visually opaque containers, such as white plastic bottles and paper envelopes. Its relatively large sampling area significantly improves analysis reproducibility for heterogeneous samples, and its minimized power density enables the measurement of darker materials that could be susceptible to photo damage under conventional Raman spectroscopy, says the company. The integrated system has a built-in tablet computer that is pre-installed with the company’s intuitive software, allowing for material identification and realtime predictions. — B&W Tek, Newark, Del.

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