Microspectroscope


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Mi`cro`spec´tro`scope

    (mī`krô`spĕk´trô`skōp or mĭ`krô`spĕk´trô`skōp)
n.1.(Physics) A spectroscope arranged for attachment to a microscope, for observation of the spectrum of light from minute portions of any substance.
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Raman spectrometer through the detection of optical spectroscopic properties, A raman microspectroscope will be acquired, Which offers the possibility to operate spontaneous raman spectroscopy as well as raman imaging and coherent anti-stokes raman scattering (cars) microscopy on one system.
For the detection of optical spectroscopic properties a raman microspectroscope is to be provided, Which offers the possibility to operate spontaneous raman spectroscopy as well as raman imaging and coherent anti-stokes raman scattering (cars) microscopy in one system.