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Raman Educational Webinars

Kaiser hosts a series of complimentary webinar presentations which demonstrate Raman Spectroscopy-based solutions. Hear from real customers and their success stories using Kaiser Raman analyzers and instruments. Examples of Research Raman, Analytical Raman, Process Raman, In Situ Raman, Industrial Raman, Remote Raman, and Raman Imaging and Microscopy are available during these sessions. We invite you to register for an upcoming webinar of interest, or view previous archives.  Kaiser Webinar Archives are available in the sidebar -- see what you've been missing!

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Kaiser Raman: The Ultimate in Sampling Flexibility for Solids, Liquids, and Gases
Kaiser sampling accessories continue to evolve to maximize Raman flexibility – in solid, liquid, gas, and mixed phases. From the laboratory to the most extreme process environments, Kaiser Raman technology is utilized to quantitatively analyze and measure gas, liquid, and slurry mixtures, as well as representatively and reproducibly measure solid mixtures in one shot. The ability for one instrument to measure multiple processes in various phases is what describes a flexible, robust, and complete Raman analyzer.

Each sample's chemical phase presents it's own unique challenges and thus different approaches are required to optimize in situ instrumentation to ensure robust Raman spectral analysis. During this webinar, the following Kaiser Raman sampling technology will be discussed; PhAT technology for solids analysis, new capabilities in gas-phase measurement with the AirHead™ probe, and process control of liquids and slurries with both the Pilot-E™ probe line and the newly released WetHead™ probe. Lastly, we will discuss our dual Raman/DSC capability, which integrates Raman-DSC probe technology with TA Instrument’s Q-2000s. This Raman/DSC interface provides optimal spectral-DSC measurements to be accomplished and allows new insights into various chemistries.

AIR DATE: June 28, 2012

Name: Dr. Sean Gilliam
Title: Product Specialist
Company: Kaiser Optical Systems, Inc.