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Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy (SERS)


Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy (SERS) Surface enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) is a technique which offers orders of magnitude increases in Raman intensity, overcoming the traditional drawback of Raman scattering - its inherent weakness. Enhancement factors can be as high as 1014-15, which are sufficient to allow even single molecule detection using Raman. SERS is of interest for trace material analysis, flow cytometry and other applications where the current sensitivity/speed of a Raman measurement is insufficient.

Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy (SERS) Lasers


Product WavelengthSpec Sheet Description Starting At In Stock
785 nm
785 nm Collimated Diode Laser System
300 - 2500 mW Output Power
$2,293.00
785 nm
785 nm Collimated Diode Laser System with Near-TEM00 Beam
50 - 100 mW Output Power
$2,885.00
785 nm
785 nm Diode Laser System For Raman Spectroscopy
$3,833.00
785 nm
785 nm Collimated Diode Laser System with TEM00 Beam
10 - 40 mW Output Power
$4,148.00
785 nm
785 nm Diode Laser System For Raman Spectroscopy
300 - 600 mW Output Power
$4,264.00

Research Papers That Have Used Laserglow Products


Here are a list of research papers that reference Laserglow Technologies products in their Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy.

Research Papers

Paper Title Date Published University Product Used In Research
Polymer-based gadolinium oxide nanocomposites for FL/MR/PA imaging guided and photothermal/photodynamic combined anti-tumor therapy March 2018 Tianjin Key Laboratory of Drug Delivery & High-Efficiency, School of Pharmaceutical Science and Technology, Tianjin University 532 nm
Super-resolution three-dimensional fluorescence and optical diffraction tomography of live cells using structured illumination generated by a digital micromirror device January 2018 Department of Physics, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology 532 nm
Size and dielectric properties of skeletal stem cells change critically after enrichment and expansion from human bone marrow: consequences for microfluidic cell sorting August 2018 Size and dielectric properties of skeletal stem cells change critically after enrichment and expansion from human bone marrow: consequences for microfluidic cell sorting 635 nm
Raman Spectroscopy of Head and Neck Cancer: Separation of Malignant and Healthy Tissue Using Signatures Outside the “Fingerprint” Region August 2016 University Of Toronto 473 nm

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