Ocean Optics has developed a proprietary new nanosponge substrate technology for surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS). These low-cost, high-performance substrates are ideal for detection of explosives, pesticides and many other chemicals.
SERS Substrates for Raman Analysis of Chemical Analytes
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