This webinar, hosted by Photonics Media, describes and demonstrates the advantages that Raman imaging microscopy offers for analyses of polymers at every stage of the product lifecycle.
Polymers are omnipresent in contemporary products such as coatings and packaging. They begin as chemical formulations optimized for specific functions, are produced at-scale while being checked for consistency, fulfill their intended purpose, and are subsequently discarded. This presentation describes and demonstrates the advantages that Raman imaging microscopy offers for analyses of polymers at every stage of the product lifecycle.
A nondestructive and label-free technique, Raman microscopy is based on detecting shifts in the energy of light inelastically scattered by molecules. These shifts are visible in Raman spectra that serve as unique “fingerprints” for chemical identification. In the case of polymers, Raman can provide detailed insight into chemical properties, both by characterizing the distribution of sample components — in 3D — and by looking at polymerization processes over time. Raman imaging can also be used to find, quantify, and identify large numbers of polymer microparticles in environmental samples.
This webinar begins with a brief overview of the operational principles and hardware considerations for Raman microscopy and then covers variations of the method, including:
These forms of Raman imaging microscopy are shown performing analyses of polymers in various fields of application and during different phases of the product lifecycle, from initial development to production, through quality control, use, and ultimately disposal.
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WITec | Raman
This webinar is presented by Dr. Nour Hafi, Application Scientist at WITec.
The webinar was broadcasted by Photonics Media on October 14, 2021, and is available on demand.Register