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ParticleScout for Automated Confocal Raman Imaging Analysis of Microparticles

Automated particle analysis with ParticleScout

High-resolution measurements of particles are of great interest in many fields of application. WITec’s ParticleScout is an analysis tool for the alpha300 Raman microscope series that surveys, categorizes, analyzes, quantifies and identifies particles over even large sample areas. Automated routines sort particles and acquire their Raman spectra, generating a report that provides a detailed overview of the sample.

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