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Cutting-edge Cryogenic Raman Microscope

Introduction

Interest in Raman spectroscopy at room temperature, as well as at cryogenic temperatures, has been increasing across a range of scientific fields over the past two decades [1,2,3]. Initially, the primary driver of cryogenic applications was the carbon nanotubes and graphene community [4,5,6]. As a response to the needs of these researchers, attocube systems and WITec – world leaders in their respective specialties of cryogenic scanning probe microscopy and Raman spectroscopic imaging – teamed up in 2010 to develop attoRAMAN, the world´s first commercial cryogenic Raman microscope.

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