Raman Spectroscopy Lab

MfN - Museum für Naturkunde
last updated: July 19, 2023

About the Laboratory

Raman Spectroscopy Lab

MfN - Museum für Naturkunde
@ Science Programme Evolution and Geoprocesses / Department of Impact and Meteorite Research
This Laboratory is part of:


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The Raman Spectroscopy Lab is equipped with a Horiba LabRAM-HR laser Raman spectrometer that is used to identify and structurally characterize mineral phases, glasses, and organic substances. It is suitable for almost all areas of object-oriented research. Raman spectroscopy provides non-destructive information on the molecular or crystalline structure of samples down to the micrometer range. The Raman spectrometer is equipped with three lasers of different wavelength (an air-cooled solid-state laser of 473 nm wavelength, a HeNe laser of 633 nm wavelength, and an air-cooled laser diode of 785 nm wavelength), an Olympus optical microscope, and a motorized sample stage.


  • LRMA, Laser-Raman Spectrometer

Analytical Methods

  • LRMA, Laser Raman Microanalysis, Laser-Raman Spectroscopy, Raman

Laboratory Keywords

  • Confocal Raman Microscope
  • Confocal Raman Microscopy
  • Confocal Raman Spectroscopy
  • Raman Microscopy