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Raman Facilities

The Department of Chemistry has recently acquired a new Horiba Jobin-Yvon T64000 Raman spectrometer (pictured on the right). This is a triple grating spectrometer, with micro- and macrostage sampling, an open electrode CCD with excellent sensitivity from 200-1000nm, and multiple modes of operation which include maximizing resolution and sensitivity. Current laser excitation sources include argon and krypton ion gas lasers, and a Ti-sapphire laser, spanning from 457.9 – 800 nm.

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