UV Raman Spectroscopy

Raman spectroscopy measurements generally face two limitations: (1) Raman scattering cross sections are small, requiring intense lasers and sensitive detection systems to achieve adequate signal (2) the signal-to-noise ratio is further limited by fundamental, intrinsic noise sources like sample autofluorescence. Raman measurements are most commonly performed with green, red, or near-infrared (IR) lasers, largely because…

Combining or separating Laser Beams

LaserMUX™ filters are designed to efficiently combine or separate multiple laser beams at a 45° angle of incidence. These dichroic laser beam combiners are optimized to multiplex (MUX) popular laser lines, and can also be used in reverse to demultiplex (DEMUX). The ultralow-autofluorescence filters are ideally suited for OEM multi-laser fluorescence imaging and measurement applications…