Horiba Raman

Horiba Raman & AFM


  • Raman spectroscopy and photoluminescence in transmission and reflection modes. Scanning sample stage for mapping of optical properties
  • Side-illumination for integrated contact and tapping AFM, scanning surface potential, and tip-enhanced Raman spectroscopy.
  • Cryogenic vacuum sample holder with electrical feedthroughs.
  • 405 nm, 600nm, and 785nm laser sources
  • 600/mm and 1800/mm diffraction gratings


  • Graphene and 2D materials, polymers and monomers, inorganics and metal oxides, ceramics, coatings and thin films, photovoltaics, catalysts.
  • Active pharmaceutical ingredients and excipients mapping and characterization, polymorph identification, phase determination.
  • Disease diagnosis, dermatology, cell screening, cosmetics, microbiology, protein investigations, and drug interactions.