Raman microscopy: A power tool for micro & nanoplastic characterization
01 Jul 2021
Raman microscopy is one of the most popular microscopic techniques used for material characterization. This versatile and non-destructive tool has been used to characterize a whole array of materials, and its use is applicable within almost all scientific disciplines. Raman microscopy has proved to be particularly valuable by rapidly providing detailed information regarding the chemical structure, phase, polymorphism, and crystallinity of a sample.
In this webinar, join Dr. Massimiliano Rocchia to learn how Raman microscopy can be used to identify and characterize micro and nanoplastic samples, including nanoplastic samples explored via AFM-Raman co-localized analysis, and through nanoGPS navYX SEM-Raman correlative microscopy. This webinar will also provide an overview of HORIBA Scientific solutions (hardware and software) through the analysis of a range of samples. You will see how the Video Raman Matching coupled with nanoGPS navYX technology can help optimize analysis time, leveraging the multi-magnification capability, and discover how the Dynamic mode acquisition+n provides reliable and trustable results.
Key learning objectives:
- Gain insights into micro and nanoplastics analysis
- Learn the advantages of Raman microscopy and its use for microplastic analysis
- See how the nanoGPS navYX solution is an ideal solution for correlative microscopy
- Understand how ParticleFinderTM software simplifies and automatizes your microplastic analysis workflow
Who should attend:
Anyone who wants to gain a deeper understanding of micro and nanoplastic analysis.
Certificate of attendance:
All webinar participants can request a certificate of attendance, including a learning outcomes summary, for continuing education purposes.