Label：Raman Scattering Effect， Molecular Fingerprint， Material Identification
Dec 4, 202010900
Raman spectroscopy is based on the Raman scattering effect discovered by the Indian scientist C.V. Raman. It analyzes the scattering spectra with different frequencies from the incident light to obtain information on molecular vibration and rotation, and is an analysis used in molecular structure research method. Because each substance molecule detected by this method has its own unique Raman spectrum, Raman spectrum is also called "molecular fingerprint".
The ergonomic portable can identify any material from raw materials to semi-finished products and finished products at any place and time, and get the result immediately. The material identification process has never been easier, faster, safer and more efficient.
1.Fast and accurate identification results;
2.Combined with nano surface enhancement technology, the detection limit can be as low as ng/g;
3.There are more than 110 kinds of SERS spectrum library including illegal addition of food, pesticide residues, animal residues and health care products. The library of macrochemical substances such as drugs, pesticides/insecticides, daily chemical raw materials, chemical reagents, etc. is greater than 3,500 species;
4.Designed for field use.