Bryan Heilala

Bryan Heilala
Application Specialist Bryan is a young and energetic chemist with a degree in M.Sc. (chemistry) and experience and background in analytical chemistry. He has work experience in fields of pharmaceuticals, mining industries and R&D projects. Bryan is focused on studying Timegated Raman spectroscopy applications and development of data processing algorithms and routines.

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High Temperature Raman Measurements at Shanghai University

31.1.2019 12:39 / Bryan Heilala

Conventional Raman spectroscopy often has difficulties with background interferences and the measurements setups are usually sealed even from low intensity ambient light. Time-resolved Raman is more suitable for studying high temperature samples...

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Topics: high temperature, Blog, China, Raman Spectroscopy

Timegated® Raman Measurements - Effective suppression of ambient light interference

10.10.2018 12:05 / Bryan Heilala

With conventional continuous wave (CW) Raman spectroscopy, spectra often contain broad background interference or distinct interfering bands when measuring samples outside sample enclosures in ambient light. This may limit the use of flexible and...

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Topics: time-gating, Raman Spectroscopy, spectroscopy, Mining, ambient light

Identifying and distinguishing hematite and magnetite with Timegated® Raman

14.9.2018 11:11 / Bryan Heilala

Distinguishing different iron oxides can be vital in various mining and metallurgy applications as different iron oxides have varied physical and chemical properties. These dissimilar properties can cause differences in industrial processes (e.g....

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Topics: SpectOre, Raman Spectroscopy, spectroscopy, Mining, magnetite, hematite, iron oxide