Many interesting phenomena emerge at cryogenic temperatures, and often, additional or new information about a sample can be obtained with temperature-dependent measurements. This variable temperature Raman microscope system is optimized for high collection efficiency and throughput, offering an automated and controlled environment for characterizing materials with standard spectroscopic techniques.
- Explore temperature-dependent phase transitions, frequency shifts, and linewidth sharpening with precise sample temperature control
- Obtain spectra at user defined intervals through the entire range (4K - 600K). A full set can be obtained in about one hour
- Measure weakly emitting materials efficiently with the integrated high NA optics
- Closed-cycle (helium-free) operation with fully-automated temperature control requires no previous cryogenic experience
Measurement techniques include: Raman microscopy and mapping, photoluminescence, absorption spectroscopy, and electrical & photoelectrical transport
The platform integrates the Montana Instruments® Cryostation® and Cryo-Optic® technologies with a Princeton Instruments® IsoPlane® or FERGIE® spectrometer.
To learn more about the experimental setup and view sample data (Application Notes):