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Rigaku Raman Introduces Integral Fiber Optic Probe Accessories

Published: Tuesday, October 22, 2013
Last Updated: Tuesday, October 22, 2013
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Compact and easy-to-use probe accessories for handheld Raman analyzers.

Rigaku Raman Technologies has announced the addition of two compact and easy-to-use fiber optic probe accessories for its Xantus-2™ 785nm and 532nm portable Raman analyzers.

Designed for pharmaceutical, research, analytical and industrial applications, the new Raman Probe II and Economy Probe will enable customers to significantly improve routine laboratory Raman spectroscopy and support true in situ analysis of an even broader range of materials.

“As our customers look to improve analysis capabilities and explore new applications with Raman spectroscopy, we will continue to enhance our products to provide valuable solutions to fit their needs,” said Bree Allen, General Manager at Rigaku Raman.

Allen continued, “The addition of these two lightweight and easy-to-use probe accessories enables customers to broaden their use of lab-based Raman spectroscopy and truly improve workflow efficiency.”

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