Nexsa and Raman for graphene analysis
See how Raman and XPS provide enhanced analysis for advanced materials

In this 14 minute webinar we’ll explore how Raman and XPS are better together. The integration of additional techniques with an XPS system is not a new phenomenon. Related spectroscopies such as UPS, ISS, and REELS have been integrated with surface analysis systems for many years, enhancing the information that can be obtained. With the Thermo Scientific Nexsa Surface Analysis system, we have introduced a unique, new possibility for extending surface analysis by integrating Raman spectroscopy. Watch our on-demand webinar to learn how the combination of XPS and Raman can drive new insights in analyzing advanced materials, especially technologically significant 2D-materials such as graphene, boron nitride and molybdenum disulphide.

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In this webinar we’ll explore how Raman and XPS are better together.  The integration of additional techniques with an XPS system is not a new phenomenon. Related spectroscopies such as UPS, ISS, and REELS have been integrated with surface analysis systems for many years, enhancing the information that can be obtained. With the introduction of the Thermo Scientific Nexsa Surface Analysis system we have introduced a unique, new possibility for extending surface analysis by integrating Raman spectroscopy. Watch our on-demand webinar to learn how the combination of XPS and Raman can drive new insights in analysing advanced materials, especially technologically significant 2D-materials such as graphene, boron nitride and molybdenum disulphide.

In this webinar we’ll explore how Raman and XPS are better together.  The integration of additional techniques with an XPS system is not a new phenomenon. Related spectroscopies such as UPS, ISS, and REELS have been integrated with surface analysis systems for many years, enhancing the information that can be obtained. With the introduction of the Thermo Scientific Nexsa Surface Analysis system we have introduced a unique, new possibility for extending surface analysis by integrating Raman spectroscopy. Watch our on-demand webinar to learn how the combination of XPS and Raman can drive new insights in analysing advanced materials, especially technologically significant 2D-materials such as graphene, boron nitride and molybdenum disulphide
In this webinar we’ll explore how Raman and XPS are better together.  The integration of additional techniques with an XPS system is not a new phenomenon. Related spectroscopies such as UPS, ISS, and REELS have been integrated with surface analysis systems for many years, enhancing the information that can be obtained. With the introduction of the Thermo Scientific Nexsa Surface Analysis system we have introduced a unique, new possibility for extending surface analysis by integrating Raman spectroscopy. Watch our on-demand webinar to learn how the combination of XPS and Raman can drive new insights in analysing advanced materials, especially technologically significant 2D-materials such as graphene, boron nitride and molybdenum disulphide

In this webinar we’ll explore how Raman and XPS are better together.  The integration of additional techniques with an XPS system is not a new phenomenon. Related spectroscopies such as UPS, ISS, and REELS have been integrated with surface analysis systems for many years, enhancing the information that can be obtained. With the introduction of the Thermo Scientific Nexsa Surface Analysis system we have introduced a unique, new possibility for extending surface analysis by integrating Raman spectroscopy. Watch our on-demand webinar to learn how the combination of XPS and Raman can drive new insights in analysing advanced materials, especially technologically significant 2D-materials such as graphene, boron nitride and molybdenum disulphide.

In this webinar we’ll explore how Raman and XPS are better together.  The integration of additional techniques with an XPS system is not a new phenomenon. Related spectroscopies such as UPS, ISS, and REELS have been integrated with surface analysis systems for many years, enhancing the information that can be obtained. With the introduction of the Thermo Scientific Nexsa Surface Analysis system we have introduced a unique, new possibility for extending surface analysis by integrating Raman spectroscopy. Watch our on-demand webinar to learn how the combination of XPS and Raman can drive new insights in analysing advanced materials, especially technologically significant 2D-materials such as graphene, boron nitride and molybdenum disulphide
In this webinar we’ll explore how Raman and XPS are better together.  The integration of additional techniques with an XPS system is not a new phenomenon. Related spectroscopies such as UPS, ISS, and REELS have been integrated with surface analysis systems for many years, enhancing the information that can be obtained. With the introduction of the Thermo Scientific Nexsa Surface Analysis system we have introduced a unique, new possibility for extending surface analysis by integrating Raman spectroscopy. Watch our on-demand webinar to learn how the combination of XPS and Raman can drive new insights in analysing advanced materials, especially technologically significant 2D-materials such as graphene, boron nitride and molybdenum disulphide

In this webinar we’ll explore how Raman and XPS are better together.  The integration of additional techniques with an XPS system is not a new phenomenon. Related spectroscopies such as UPS, ISS, and REELS have been integrated with surface analysis systems for many years, enhancing the information that can be obtained. With the introduction of the Thermo Scientific Nexsa Surface Analysis system we have introduced a unique, new possibility for extending surface analysis by integrating Raman spectroscopy. Watch our on-demand webinar to learn how the combination of XPS and Raman can drive new insights in analysing advanced materials, especially technologically significant 2D-materials such as graphene, boron nitride and molybdenum disulphide.

In this webinar we’ll explore how Raman and XPS are better together.  The integration of additional techniques with an XPS system is not a new phenomenon. Related spectroscopies such as UPS, ISS, and REELS have been integrated with surface analysis systems for many years, enhancing the information that can be obtained. With the introduction of the Thermo Scientific Nexsa Surface Analysis system we have introduced a unique, new possibility for extending surface analysis by integrating Raman spectroscopy. Watch our on-demand webinar to learn how the combination of XPS and Raman can drive new insights in analysing advanced materials, especially technologically significant 2D-materials such as graphene, boron nitride and molybdenum disulphide
In this webinar we’ll explore how Raman and XPS are better together.  The integration of additional techniques with an XPS system is not a new phenomenon. Related spectroscopies such as UPS, ISS, and REELS have been integrated with surface analysis systems for many years, enhancing the information that can be obtained. With the introduction of the Thermo Scientific Nexsa Surface Analysis system we have introduced a unique, new possibility for extending surface analysis by integrating Raman spectroscopy. Watch our on-demand webinar to learn how the combination of XPS and Raman can drive new insights in analysing advanced materials, especially technologically significant 2D-materials such as graphene, boron nitride and molybdenum disulphide