WITec Focus Innovations: Chemical & Structural Imaging on the Nanoscale

  • Date: 20 June 2011
  • Author: WITec GmbH
  • Published: 01 June 2011
  • Associated Suppliers: WITec GmbH, Ulm, Germany

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Chemical and Structural Imaging on the Nanoscale:
Nanocarbon, Bio & Polymeric Materials

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The webinar will first introduce the operational principles of Raman Imaging and True Surface Microscopy. The benefits of these tools for analyzing the chemical characteristics of a sample three dimensionally will then be described. Additionally, the advantages of combining Confocal Raman Imaging with Atomic Force Microscopy for a more comprehensive characterization of a sample will be discussed.

Various examples of applications will highlight the potential of these techniques for 3D chemical imaging and material properties analysis with a special focus on Nano-carbon materials, Life Sciences, and Polymer Research.

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Director Sales Asia
Dr. Thomas Dieing
Director Customer Support

Dr. Thomas Dieing is a physicist with a strong background in materials science. He is head of the customer support department at WITec.

With a diploma in medical engineering Matthias Kress has profound experience in laser technology an spectroscopy. He is Director Sales Asia and Managing Director of the WITec Asian Headquarters office in Singapore.

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