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From graphene to bioscience, geology to pharmaceuticals, accelerate progress across your organization with the easy-to-use, low-maintenance DXRxi Raman imaging microscope.

Advancing research in multi-user labs

Learn how a group of diverse researchers finish their research faster with the DXR and DXRxi Raman microscopes.

Reveal the unanticipated with the DXRxi Raman imaging microscope




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The Thermo Scientific™ DXR™xi Raman imaging microscope enables users across many disciplines to quickly create information-rich chemical images without Raman expertise or a deep learning curve. It features a microscopy-first design that uses image-centric operation and built in spectroscopic profiling.

  •  Save time with walk-up-and-run operation regardless of user skill level. Finally, high performance chemical imaging accessible to all
  • Optimize imaging parameters in real-time on-screen to visualize your data faster
  • Maximize sample throughput with intuitive workflow for demanding applications
  • Ensure accurate measurements
    • autoalignment and calibration – no tools required
    • automatic background compensation
  • Adaptable configuration by any user within seconds
    • change the pre-aligned laser, filter and gratings without any tools; expand your ability to take on most any sample
  • Accelerate progress across your organization with the expertise already built into the instrument
    • deep knowledge isn't required to set up the instrument, collect data or analyze results
    • share the instrument with multiple departments, getting more done with a single instrument
    • automatic feature recognition and powerful component identification simplify your analysis time


Rethinking Raman: Raman Microscopy and Imaging for Shared Academic Labs

Thursday, March 5
Session 1: 10 a.m. EST / 15:00 GMT
Session 2: 12 p.m. EST / 17:00 GMT
45 minutes with additional 15 minutes for Q&A
Presenter: Jennifer Ramriez, Ph.D., Applications Specialist,Thermo Fisher Scientific

Raman spectroscopy is essential to competitive academic research in many applied scientific disciplines, including materials science, life science research, and chemical and biological engineering. Advances in Raman microscopy and imaging have made the technique accessible to a wide variety of researchers, regardless of expertise or field of study.

During this webinar we will discuss:

  • How a leading research university has transformed its approach to research, improving their time to results and increasing the number and quality of publications
  • Examples of current research using advanced Raman microscopy

Please join us to learn how Raman microscopy and imaging can help you answer your research questions.


Carbon nanomaterials have a niche in materials science due to their exceptional electronic, thermal, mechanical, optical and magnetic properties, creating potential applications in a wide range of fields. Raman spectroscopy is an integral part of carbon nanomaterial research because it plays a vital role in the characterization of these materials.

Application Note: Uncovering the Secrets Governing the Chemical Vapor Deposition of Graphene with Rapid Raman Imaging
One major challenge currently facing the graphene industry is the difficulty in controlling the quality of graphene sheets when produced over large areas using industrial scale techniques. The key to solving this challenge lies in gaining a thorough understanding of the synthetic methods used to fabricate macro-sized single-layer graphene films.

Application Note: Graphene Protective Coating Capabilities Investigated by Rapid Raman Chemical Imaging
Graphene has demonstrated exceptional barrier properties, being impenetrable to even helium. Coupled with the fact that the material is also optically transparent, this behavior has attracted intense interest in the material science area towards using graphene as a barrier layer in a variety of applications. This application note presents preliminary work investigating the protective capabilities of graphene employing the use of rapid Raman imaging.