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Ready to go with a laboratory - Portable (Handheld) Raman Spectrosmeter

1928, Dr.Raman(Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman) from India, discover the Raman scattering phenomenon, and won the Nobel Prize in physics. However, because of the past technical limitations, Raman spectroscopy detector is very large that can only be used in laboratory tests, with the computer and laser technology considerable progress in recent years, Raman spectroscopy has been developed to be able to take and any time to go anywhere, so regardless of the development in science, materials, semiconductors, or the biological field, from qualitative to high purity judgment and determination of molecular structures have great use of value!

Enwave Optronics, Inc. has been developing Raman technology commercializing precision instruments for more than 10 years. Enwave provides high quality laboratory level and offer complete line of products, including desktop, handheld and palm size Raman spectrometer. Powerful spectral resolution, fast measurement and high-quality performance and best application solutions to quickly identify the material, including the Incoming raw materials identification (IQC), counterfeit identification, polymers and plastics, gemology, mineralogy, food safety and chemical research.

TSI Inc.located in Minnesota,serves a global market by investigating, identifying and solving measurement problems. As an industry leader in the design and production of precision measurement instruments, TSI partners with research institutions and customers around the world to set the standard for measurements relating to aerosol science, air flow, indoor air quality, fluid dynamics and biohazard detection. With headquarters based in the U.S. and field offices throughout Europe and Asia, TSI has established a worldwide presence in the markets we serve. Every day, TSI dedicated employees turn research into reality. On February 25, 2014, TSI announced the acquisition of business assets and Raman spectroscopy from Enwave Opelectric Co. The acquisition expands the TSI solutions in the field of chemical analysis and to advance the scope of TSI in the world-wide detect market.



      NASA Curiosity Mars mission specify

      NASA Ames Research Center will use the two portable, battery-powered laser Raman spectrometers of Enwave’s for both laboratory and remote field-based analysis of rocks,minerals and organic compounds analogous to those that may be found on Mars during the Mars Science Laboratory Mission.
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