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WITec alpha300 apyron – Fully Automated Raman Imaging Microscope

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WITec GmbH
Lise-Meitner-Str. 6
89081 Ulm, Germany
Email: [email protected]
phone: +49 (0) 731 140 70-0
fax: +49 (0) 731 140 70-200

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WITec GmbH pioneered 3D Raman imaging and correlative microscopy and continues to lead the industry with a product portfolio that offers speed, sensitivity and resolution without compromise. Raman, AFM and SNOM microscopes, select combinations thereof, and WITec-developed Raman-SEM (RISE) instruments can be configured for specific challenges in chemical and structural characterization through a modular hardware and software architecture with built-in capacity for expansion. Research, development and production are located at WITec headquarters in Ulm, Germany, and the WITec sales and support network has an established presence in every global region.

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