Member since: 2019
Organization: University of Catolica de Temuco
Good instrument (Raman-LIBS) but it could be excellent.
Application Area: Geology, polymer, carbon nanoparticles, nanoporous silicon, wood
"Hound is easy to handle, has a good database and has the advantage that is coupled to a LIBS. On the other hand, its disadvantage is the range of analysis, for raman is 300-3300 and for LIBS from 350 to 700, so it looses important information."
Characterize all your particles
Hound is the only tool out there that combines microscopy, Raman and Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS) to count, size, and ID particles by their chemical or elemental fingerprints. With all these capabilities packed into one instrument, Hound gathers up all the info you need about your particles in minutes.