March 16th, 2017 | Company News

Producing results in Raman spectroscopy with the torus 532

The torus 532 has been used in the latest Raman Spectroscopy research.Raman spectroscopy is a technique used to study vibrational, rotational and other low frequency modes in a molecular system. It can be used in lots of industries to create a molecular fingerprint that can be used both quantitatively and qualitatively. The laser light interacts with the system resulting in the energy of the emitted photons being shifted up or down. The shift in energy gives information about the molecular behaviour and hence the molecule itself, which can then be identified.

Professor Kenneth Burch, from the Laboratory for Assembly & Spectroscopy of Emergence has published 4 papers using the torus 532 as the excitation source in Raman spectroscopy. The torus 532, with its TruLoQTM active mode locking technology to stabilise the laser cavity, provides the highest resolution and stability available.

To read and learn more about the research being undertaken by Prof. Burch, please access the papers here:

Scattering continuum and possible fractionalized excitations in α-RuCl3

Magneto-elastic coupling in a potential ferromagnetic 2D atomic crystal

Low vibration high numerical aperture automated variable temperature Raman Microscope

Local phonon mode in thermoelectric Bi2Te2Se from charge neutral antisites