On the RISE: Correlative Confocal Raman and Scanning Electron Microscopy
10 May 2017

Correlative imaging techniques are gaining more importance in many fields of applications as more characteristics of a specimen can be analyzed with one instrument. This application note describes the use of RISE (Raman Imaging and Scanning Electron) microscopy for a variety of applications including imaging of; geological samples, non-conductive organic materials, and hamster brain tissue. It also describes the ability of rise to analyze polymorphs and correlate structure with chemical phases.