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Raman Spectrometer

Raman Spectroscopy

Raman spectroscopy is a widely used analytical tool for the identification and characterization of materials. It uses inelastic optical light scattering by the interaction with the molecular vibrations and rotations in the sample. The frequency of Raman scattered light is unique to each type of vibration and therefore Raman spectrum can give the signature of the different bonds present in the sample.

Raman scattering has been extensively used in physical sciences, chemical sciences, forensics, pharmaceutical studies, geology and material science. The main components of Raman spectrometer includes laser sources, diffraction grating and detector. Appropriate notch filters and dichroic mirrors form essential optical components of a Raman system.

Horiba LabRam Evolution

The LabRAM HR Evolution Raman microscopes are ideally suited for both micro and macro measurements, and offer advanced confocal imaging capabilities in 2D and 3D. The true confocal Raman microscope enables the most detailed images and analyses to be obtained with speed and confidence.

Raman Spectrometer


  • Lasers: 325 nm (25 mW), 532 nm (100 mW), 785 nm (90 mW)
  • Spectral Range 200 - 2100 nm
  • Spectrometer with three gratings: 600 gr/mm, 1800 gr/mm and
  • Motorized x-y-z stage
  • Objectives: x100_VIS, x10_VIS, x50_VIS_LWD, x40_NUV, x20_VIS, x5_VIS
  • Gratings: 600 (500 nm), 1200 (630 nm), 1800 (450-850 nm), 2400 (330 nm)

  • Procedure for Sample Submission

    The instrument booking will be done via the Google form. The payment of charges should be made in advance via SBI collect. A print copy of the Raman Spectroscopy Requisition Form with the sign of the Head/Supervisor/Guide should be produced at the time of measurements.

    Google form for booking slots