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Virsa Raman analyser for in vivo studies
The Virsa™ Raman analyser is ideal for developing clinical applications of Raman spectroscopy.
RA802 biological analyser
Designed exclusively for the pharmaceutical industry, the RA802 rapidly obtains detailed information on the distribution of chemical species.
Renishaw’s Windows®-based Raman Environment (WiRE™) software is dedicated to Raman spectroscopy and is the power behind Renishaw’s Raman spectrometers.
Optical tweezing on the inVia™ Qontor® Raman microscope
The inVia Qontor Raman microscope is available with optical tweezing.
inVia confocal Raman microscope
Renishaw inVia: The world's best selling high-performance Raman
Analysing gunshot residues with Raman microscopy
Gunshot residues (GSR) are debris expelled from a discharged firearm.
Analysing liquids with the Virsa™ Raman analyser
Application note showing how easy it is to analyse liquids with the Virsa Raman
RA816 biological analyser
Renishaw’s RA816 Biological Analyser is a compact benchtop Raman imaging system that redefines tissue and biofluid analysis.
Renishaw’s EasyConfocal™ Raman microscope method
This note explains how Renishaw’s Raman microscopes have been designed to offer users the best confocal performance without sacrificing efficiency or ease of use.
Create in-focus images of uneven samples using optical Z-stacks
The Z-stack optical imaging feature within Renishaw’s WiRE™ software generates high depth-of-field optical images of the sample.
Microplate mapping with Renishaw Raman system's
Renishaw’s microplate mapping package enables researchers to use Renishaw’s Raman spectroscopy products to rapidly and easily analyse material contained in microplates.
inVia excitation wavelength options
inVia™ Raman microscope: choosing filter and wavelength
Polymorph identification and qualification
This technology note illustrates the benefits of combining dedicated analysis software with a high-performance Raman instrument and how Renishaw supplies an effective, user-friendly solution to...
Renishaw Raman Assist
This flyer informs customers of the different training and support options that are available.
MZ40 high-load capacity travel stage for Raman spectroscopy
Renishaw’s MZ40 Z stage is ideal for handling these samples.
Improving tool bits and ultra-hard coatings using the inVia™ microscope
Manufacturers face many challenges when producing high-quality tool bits.
Virsa Raman analyser brochure
The Virsa™ Raman analyser is a transportable Raman system with fibre-optic-coupled probes.
Monitoring phase changes
Monitoring the crystallographic phase changes of potassium nitrate using the inVia Raman
At the heart of Renishaw’s Raman systems, Centrus is more than just a detector; it is key to the implementation of advanced Renishaw
Renishaw introduces the world's first Raman system with remote probes capable of focus-tracking
Renishaw's latest version of its Virsa™ Raman analyser, with new WiRE™ 5.
Analysing gemstones with the inVia confocal Raman microscope
Today’s gemmological laboratories need to have instruments and skills that rival university research centres.
Raman spectroscopy explained
Discover more about Raman spectroscopy, what it can tell you and why we use it.
Investigate pharmaceutical solid dose products using the inVia confocal Raman microscope
With so many components and properties, determining the composition, domain size and distribution of patent-expired commercially available formulations is highly desirable.
Low wavenumber Raman analysis
Eclipse filters -Study low wavenumber Raman features efficiently and easily with Renishaw's Eclipse filters for the inVia Raman microscope; block the laser, not your Raman bands.
Obsolescence of components in inVia Raman microscopes manufactured before 2009
From 1 January 2021, several key components in inVia Raman microscopes manufactured before 2009 will no longer be available for repair or replacement if they become faulty.
WiRE™ software: removing backgrounds with Intelligent Fitting
Renishaw’s WiRE™ software has a patented Intelligent Fitting baseline subtraction option.
Empty modelling method
Renishaw’s Empty Modelling method derives pure identifiable component spectra from complex mixtures of measured data, even with no prior knowledge of the species present.
WiRE software: masking data
Masking hides unwanted data from the analysis process, so you get better analytical results.
Renishaw introduces new Particle Analysis module
Renishaw has introduced the Particle Analysis software module for its inVia™ confocal Raman microscope.
Automated Raman electrochemical measurements
This note illustrates how you can use a potentiostat to trigger data acquisitions on an inVia™ confocal Raman microscope, and how the combined system can be automated, removing the need for constant...
Particle Analysis module
Details of the Particle Analysis Module that enables you to focus on chemically identifying multiple particles and correlating this information with morphology parameters, such as diameter, length...
Morphologically targeted Raman analysis of microplastic particles
Details of using an inVia™ Raman microscope and Particle Analysis software to determine the composition and morphology of particles in a commercially available bottle of mineral water.
Particle analysis of trace fingerprint residue
Details of how the inVia™ Qontor© confocal Raman microscope and Particle Analysis software module were used to analyse traces of material in fingerprint residues.
Analysing industrial coatings with the Virsa™ Raman analyser
How the Virsa analyser can be used to study industrial coatings, such as thermal barrier coatings.
Analysing catalytic powders with the Virsa™ Raman analyser
Application note detailing how the Virsa Raman analyser can be used to study catalysts, with vanadium oxide as an example.
Combining the Virsa™ Raman analyser with other analytical tools
Details of how the Virsa analyser can be combined with other analytical tools, with thermography measurements as an example.
Analysis of polymer fibres using the Virsa™ Raman analyser
Application note detailing how the Virsa Raman analyser can be used to analyse polymer fibres.
GSR analysis with inVia InSpect
Using Raman spectroscopy to analyse gunshot residue, an important class of trace evidence, relevant to investigations involving the alleged use of a firearm.
Quantitative Raman spectroscopy
This document focuses on concentration measurements but the principles detailed are also applicable to other quantitative measurements, such as stress/strain.
Raman imaging of plant metabolite crystals
Raman imaging is an ideal technique for studying plant tissue in a non-destructive and non-invasive way.
Analysing paint samples with the inVia InSpect Raman microscope
This application note explores some of the key features that make Raman spectroscopy so powerful for paint analysis, as part of the forensic microscopist’s trace analysis suite.
Raman imaging to reveal components and metabolites in wood cells and tissue
Analysing Scots pine wood using the inVia™ confocal Raman microscope, to reveal high-resolution details of structure and chemical composition.
inVia InSpect confocal Raman microscope
The perfect addition for trace analysis in your forensic laboratory.
inVia Transmission Raman accessory
Details of the transmission Raman accessory for the inVia confocal Raman microscope.
inVia InSpect confocal Raman microscope
The Renishaw inVia InSpect confocal Raman microscope has been optimised for use in forensic laboratories for trace analysis.
Renishaw launches Raman system for forensic analysis
Renishaw today announced the launch of the inVia™ InSpect, a new version of its bestselling inVia confocal Raman microscope, optimised for use in forensic laboratories for trace chemical analysis.
Renishaw has introduced its new Spectrum Search software module, designed to automate the process of identifying components within a mixture.
MS30 high speed encoded stage
The MS30 high speed encoded stage is a high performance, optically encoded, motorised sample stage for use with Renishaw’s Raman systems.
Raman spectroscopy of biological tissue for rapid classification of brain gliomas
News release: Researchers used a Renishaw RA816 Biological Analyser to identify the genetically different subtypes of brain gliomas in a neurosurgical setting.
Renishaw introduces its new Correlate™ software module, to combine imaging techniques and maximise the effectiveness of microscopic methods.