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The Renishaw inVia is a research-grade confocal Raman microscope. It’s easy to use, delivering outstanding performance and reliable results. Acquire detailed chemical images and highly specific Raman data from discrete points, and analyse both large volumes and minute traces of material.
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Highly sensitive Raman analysis
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Perform all types of Raman measurements:
The range includes three models, from the entry level inVia Basis to the flagship inVia Qontor. Contact us for details.
Analyse a whole range of samples easily:
Collect data quickly and automatically:
Raman images reveal spatial information about materials and their properties. Create images to show the spatial relationship of sample variation:
Images can be taken across the sample’s surface, or as vertical slices or 3-dimensional images, displaying chemical information in new ways.
Overlay Raman images with results from other microscopy systems including SEM, AFM, infrared, fluorescence and optical microscopy. Renishaw’s Correlate software module makes it easy to combine your data for powerful insights. More info…
Determine detailed chemical and property information from volumes. Suitable for samples transparent to lasers and Raman signals.
Refraction at interfaces can compromise the quality of volume images. The inVia has immersion objectives and cover-slip corrected objectives to reduce refraction, maintain confocality, and improve performance when looking deep into samples.
The software also corrects refractive index differences. The depth scale can be altered to reflect the true depth, rather than apparent depth.
Biomedical, pharmaceuticals, biomaterials and other life science applications.
View all solutions for polymer analysis.
How to analyse layers and coatings with Raman spectroscopy, with the example of paint on coated metal.
How Raman spectroscopy can be used as an analytical tool in geology and mineralogy, and how it can be combined with SEM for structural and chemical analysis.
A new software module for automated particle analysis with Raman spectroscopy from Renishaw. The process is automated, making it easy to sort, filter and identify particles of interest in a variety of fields, including microplastics, forensics, pharmaceuticals, 2D materials and more. Blue Scientific is the official distributor for Renishaw Raman in Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland […]
How Raman spectroscopy can be used to characterise semiconductor materials. Measure defects in SiC, crystal quality, stress/strain, homogeneity and more.
With Renishaw's new Correlate software module, you can combine results from various microscopy techniques for more powerful data.
Empty modelling identifies components and unknown materials from complex mixtures, even without knowledge of the species present.
Renishaw's Spectrum Search is a new software feature that automates the process of identifying components within a mixture with Raman spectroscopy.
Identify battery materials, produce maps and correlate composition and structure with device performance with Raman and AFM-Raman.
How Raman spectroscopy is used in the development of photovoltaics and solar cells.
How to combine Raman and nanoindentation for correlated mechanical and chemical data, delivering insights into your material's properties.