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Confocal Raman microscopy is a powerful technique for highresolution, non-destructive and label-free chemical analysis. It is well-suited for three-dimensional investigation of samples from various fields of application.

The principle of confocal Raman microscopy for chemical characterization and imaging

Confocal Raman imaging is a microscopy technique for identifying and imaging of chemical and molecular compounds. This non-destructive, non-invasive and label-free method is used in various fields of application such as nanotechnology, materials and surface research, geological, environmental and life sciences and pharmaceutics.

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