Raman spectroscopy

The Department of Chemistry, UiO, houses a state-of-the-art Raman spectrometer and is among the most advanced in Europe

Booking and prices

Prices: 525 NOK/hour pr. instrument and 524 NOK/hour for a technician

Booking: Booking Request

 


Contact information: 

Facility Manager: Niels Højmark Andersen

Location: Sem Sælands vei 26
0371 OSLO
Norway

Instruments:

 

  • Tunable lasersystem consisting of two parts: Continous wave and pulsed laser. Both of the lasers covers the range from UV to NIR.

Access

The instrument can be used by Universities, Research institutes, Industry and others.


Description of services:

  • Chemical and structural analysis of molecules.
  • Electronic structures via excitation profiles and resonance effects.
  • Symmetry and molecular orientation.
  • XYZ-scanning/mapping on surface samples via microscopy.

About Raman spectroscopy

Raman spectroscopy is a complementary technique to infrared absorption and reflection spectroscopy, that can be used for chemical and structural analysis. In addition may be used to reveal electronic structures via excitation profiles and resonance effects. Here, inclusion of polarization effects provides information about symmetry and molecular orientation.

It is a non-destructive technique that often provides the opportunity to be applied directly on several types of samples without preparation. Our Raman system also enables xyz-scanning/mapping on surface samples via microscopy.

 

The instrument can be used by universities, research institutes, industry and others.

 

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Published Aug. 27, 2020 10:17 AM - Last modified Dec. 2, 2020 11:36 AM