Adding a Simple Quantification Model to Cora 5001

A complex chemical matrix can be a major hindrance for substance quantification but Anton Paar’s Cora 5001 Raman spectrometer can pinpoint chemically specific information where other techniques fail.

In general, quantification is a difficult task using Raman spectroscopy but thanks to their rugged design without any moving optical components and their quality of integrated elements Anton Paar’s Cora 5001 Raman spectrometers tackle this challenge for a great number of applications. The Cora 5001 software offers a tailor made solution to obtain calibration models for various quantification applications, which are as versatile as the industries in which they are needed. This technical note describes a typical procedure to set up a quantification method using the Cora 5001 custom model ‘Simple Quantification Tool’. As an example this report guides through the model development for the quantification of methanol in ethanol. However, the ‘Simple Quantification Tool’ is a universal tool applicable to a variety of samples. The ease with which the simple quantification model can be developed is a unique feature of the Anton Paar Cora 5001 Raman spectrometer series and looks for its equals.

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