The combination of basic techniques and molecular spectroscopy is a powerful tool that has been successfully applied in conducting qualitative and quantitative analysis in fields as diverse as Earth Sciences, Environment, Fine Arts and / or Materials Sciences .

The posibility to analyze both organic and inorganic compounds (solids, solutions, pastes, gels, films, etc.) as well as little or no sample preparation (nondestructive techniques or microinvasive) are some of the main advantages of this analytical methodology .

The Singular Coupled Multispectroscopy Laboratory (Raman-LASPEA) is part of the General Research Services (SGIker) of the UPV / EHU and currently has the following instrumental techniques: FTIR imaging microscopy, confocal Raman microscopy, structural and chemical analyzer or SCA (combination electron microscopy, microanalysis or EDS , Raman spectroscopy and photoluminescence ), Raman imaging microscopy and atomic force microscopy (AFM-Raman and TERS).