Morphologically-directed Raman spectroscopy (MDRS) - The combination of Raman micro spectroscopy with automated particle imaging is a powerful tool for physiochemical analysis of particles. MDRS allows automated fast controlled measurement of component specific particle size and shape distributions, allowing for rapid identification of different components in a mixture.
We will look at the application of automated Raman spectroscopy to particle image analysis, the benefits of component specific targeted chemical analysis of particles. How to avoid any pitfalls and finally the application of best practices in order to develop a robust and meaningful method for Raman analysis.
For this webinar, we will assume you have watched the previous one on the same topic. Don't worry if you missed it the first time or can't remember anything about it. Before you attend this webinar, please watch last year's introduction. You can find it here!
Don’t forget to bring your questions or submit them by emailing [email protected]. (For inclusion in the webinar presentation, questions and data can be submitted up to 10 days in advance. There will also be an opportunity to ask questions on the day.)
- Jo Lothian - Application Specialist - Analytical Imaging
This webinar is part of our ongoing Ask an Expert! webinar series. These live webinars are meant for students, researchers, and professors alike who want to sharpen their analytical methods, deepen their knowledge, or find out how to improve their data.
We’ll provide extensive materials analysis information and answer your most frequently asked questions. In other words, it’s the ultimate way to improve your materials science research and engineering knowledge.
It’s free to attend any of the classes. For a full overview of the 2022 program, click here.
To watch any of last year’s webinars, take a look at the full program of 2021 recorded events here.
What will you learn?
- Learn the benefits of automated physiochemical analysis with MDRS.
- How can automated chemical analysis be applied to my sample?
- What are the challenges for automated Raman analysis?
- What problems can MDRS solve?
- How to develop a good method for chemical and physical analysis?