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Application Notes

To see what our Raman spectroscopy solutions can do for you, please check out our application notes below. If you would like more information and would like to discuss your current application, please feel free to contact us at 416-361-3444 or email sales@tornado-spectral.com.

9 COMPONENT MULTIVARIATE CALIBRATION FOR THE ANALYSIS OF METABOLITES

An assessment by Sanofi UK of the performance of the HyperFlux™ PRO Plus Raman Spectroscopy System for the quantitative analysis of biochemical components in a simplified chemically defined pseudo growth medium for mammalian cell culture.

HIGH THROUGHPUT VIRTUAL SLIT (HTVS™) & LIMIT OF DETECTION (LOD) PERFORMANCE

This application note demonstrates the improved detection limits and corresponding minimum required acquisition times of four binary mixtures using Tornado’s HyperFlux™ PRO Plus Raman spectroscopy system. Higher sensitivity is achieved by using HTVS to eliminate the conventional trade-off between spectral resolution and optical throughput.

REACTION MONITORING

In this application note, a major pharmaceutical company needed to monitor the conversion of benzoic anhydride to the corresponding ester. We present how Tornado’s HyperFlux PRO Plus provided a fast and accurate monitoring tool to confirm reaction quality and optimize reaction timing.

REAL-TIME DETERMINATION OF EVA CROSSLINKING

Tornado’s HyperFlux U1 spectrometer was deployed for Raman analysis to determine the degree of curing of ethylene vinyl acetate (EVA) in a photovoltaic module manufacturing line and was shown to have enough sensitivity and speed to be an effective tool for real-time, in-line quality control and process optimization.

RECYCLED POLYMER EXTRUSION

Raman spectroscopy is a highly-selective and non-destructive optical spectroscopy technique which relies on the inelastic scattering of laser light to probe molecular structure. We present new insights into a recycled polymer extrusion process.

OCT for NDT

In this application note, we discuss OCTANE – a line of nanophotonic spectrometers for OCT applications.