There are a substantial amount of applications for which Raman spectroscopy is the perfect fit. Since Raman uses the light scattered off of a sample as opposed to the light absorbed by a sample, Raman requires little to no sample preparation and is insensitive to water. Therefore, Raman can measure solids, liquids, and gases not only directly, but also through transparent containers such as glass, quartz, and plastic. Most importantly, it can be used to nondestructively identify a sample, providing a significant advantage compared to other methods. The applications listed below are a small sample of the most common uses for B&W Tek’s Raman spectrometers, but this list is by no means exhaustive! Contact us today to discuss your unique application and how our Raman systems can help!