Santa Clara, CA (PRWEB) March 20, 2014
Nanounity announces that it has entered into an agreement with HybriScan Technologies to distribute their Raman spectrometer designed for scanning electron microscopes (SEM). SEM Raman is a powerful combination of technologies providing high-resolution imaging and identification of chemical composition.
The HybriScan Molecular Microscope (HSCMM) is a Raman microscope specifically developed to integrate with SEMs, Focused Ion Beams (FIB) and dual beam systems. Raman spectroscopy is a widely used optical technique for the identification of chemical composition, molecular structure, material stress/strain and crystallinity. Raman spectrometry has been utilized as a standalone technique and has some level of complexity, requiring an onsite expert. The HybriScan product has been designed as a hands-off Raman system allowing the user to focus on their analysis, not spending time becoming an expert in optical alignment and calibration. HybriScan’s easy to use Raman can be combined with SEM and Energy Dispersive Spectroscopy (EDS) systems, providing morphology, elemental and chemical analysis on a single platform. This single platform offers correlative results without the complexity and time of using three separate systems.
Nanounity supplies surface science analytical solutions through a range of synergistic products and partnerships with leading instrumentation manufacturers. The core technologies are microscopy, metrology and spectroscopy. Through the strong personal commitment of the founders, Nanounity has built a strong reputation in the USA and Asia providing high standards of materials knowledge enabling the company to match the requirements of users to a range of tools and techniques. Backed with applications knowledge and customer service support, Nanounity offers experience and skills to help deliver innovative products of the highest performance at affordable prices.
Nanounity’s product profile delivers solutions to researchers, engineers and scientists in many disciplines: from data storage, semiconductors, polymers, material science and the life sciences. These tools include compact SEMs, correlative microscopy combining fluorescence imaging with SEM, Raman spectrometers for SEM, scanning probe microscopes, optical surface profilers and nanomechanical testing systems that incorporate nano-hardness and elastic modulus with surface topography.