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Raman Facilities

The Department of Chemistry has a Horiba Jobin-Yvon T64000 Raman spectrometer (pictured on the right). This is a triple grating spectrometer, with micro- and macrostage sampling, and an open electrode CCD detector with  sensitivity from 200-1000 nm. Various modes of operation are available to vary resolution, sensitivity and range of spectral sampling. Current laser excitation sources include 355, 532 and 660 nm diode pumped solid state lasers and a FRED laser which operates at 257 nm allowing analysis using excitations from the near IR to the UV.