Priceless pieces of art and specimens of cultural heritage require a non-destructive analytical method to study, assess their authenticity, and/or determine the best method for their preservation. Raman spectroscopy is ideal for these applications, being a non-destructive analytical method - especially for fragile, one-of-a-kind specimens.
For specimens which cannot be removed from their site of discovery, we offer portable, fully integrated EZRaman systems which can perform on-the-spot measurements and data analysis. For nonremovable samples requiring high sensitivity, lab-grade instumentation, our EZRaman-I Series instruments will allow you to bring the "lab" with you, wherever your site of research may be.
Roman terracotta piece, likely an architectural mirror
Spectrum of the orange dot on terracotta surface, superimposed with RRUFF minium spectrum