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Thermo Fisher Scientific announces online Raman spectral library search offer

Thermo Fisher Scientific Molecular Spectroscopy : 23 October, 2007  (New Product)
Thermo Fisher Scientific is offering complimentary online Raman spectral library searches until December 31 2007.
The credits for 100 Raman spectral searches on the reference library search site RamanSearch.com will be available with the purchase of new Nicolet Almega XR dispersive Raman microscopes and NXR FT-Raman spectrometers.

The innovative site, RamanSearch.com, provides cost-effective internet access to the world's largest collection of high-quality Raman spectral libraries. Libraries containing as many as 16,000 Raman spectra are available on demand and at any time. The libraries cover multiple classes of compounds and industries and are updated regularly. The spectra have been collected by industrial and academic experts and reviewed by Thermo Fisher Scientific spectroscopists to ensure the highest quality collection of Raman spectra available.

Spectral library searching enables analytical chemists to identify unknown compounds by comparing Raman spectra with a comprehensive, high-quality library of reference spectra using powerful search algorithms. Integral to a successful library search are data collected from optimally-calibrated instruments. Comprehensive autocalibration routines that are integrated into standard operating procedures on Thermo Scientific Raman spectrometers ensure optimal calibration and thus optimal search results.

Researchers also have an opportunity between now and the end of 2007 to sample RamanSearch.com, prior to purchasing an instrument.
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