The Department of Physics invites you to attend
a seminar presented by:
DR. WERDEN J. KEELER
Professor Emeritus, Physics Dept., LU
Friday, November 9, 2018
at 3:30 pm in CB 4058
Abstract: This is a report on the development of a high-brightness confocal micro-Raman system assembled from components found in most optics labs or readily available from various suppliers. An assembly approach can reduce system cost significantly if the major components are already at hand.
Further, we show how a second confocal pinhole and two in-line Rayleigh rejection filters can improve overall signal-to-noise and low wavenumber signal recovery, with only minimal reduction in throughput to the detector.
Finally, we demonstrate the system performance using a series of `straight-forward' and `more challenging' sample types.