Raman Spectroscopy

Dec 17, 2013
Wavelength
By Spectroscopy Editors
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Dec 17, 2013
Wavelength
By Spectroscopy Editors
In this interview with Spectroscopy, renowned planetary spectroscopist Alian Wang of Washington University in St. Louis discusses the development of the Mars microbeam Raman spectrometer (MMRS), proposed to be part of science payload for the NASA-funded mission, Mars 2020. Wang discusses the challenges involved in making the instrument robust enough for operation in space, and highlights how data collected from over 18 years has advanced our understanding of the history of Mars.
Dec 16, 2013
Wavelength
By Spectroscopy Editors
In this interview with Spectroscopy, renowned planetary spectroscopist Alian Wang of Washington University in St. Louis discusses the development of the Mars microbeam Raman spectrometer (MMRS), proposed to be part of science payload for the NASA-funded mission, Mars 2020. Wang discusses the challenges involved in making the instrument robust enough for operation in space, and highlights how data collected from over 18 years has advanced our understanding of the history of Mars.
Dec 01, 2013
Spectroscopy
In this study, regression and classification chemometrical algorithms were combined to achieve effective discrimination of pure body fluids from their binary mixtures.
Nov 01, 2013
Spectroscopy
A summary of the efforts to study microorganism biofilms using surface-enhanced Raman scattering, a powerful technique for in situ analysis of biological molecules and biomolecular organizations
Sep 10, 2013
Wavelength
By Spectroscopy Editors
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Sep 06, 2013
Wavelength
By Spectroscopy Editors
An interview with Paul Pudney, a winner of the William F. Meggers Award.
Jun 19, 2013
Wavelength
By Spectroscopy Editors
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Feb 08, 2013
Spectroscopy
By Spectroscopy Editors
Volker Deckert, the winner of the 2013 Charles Mann Award, is advancing the use of tip enhanced Raman spectroscopy (TERS) to push the lateral resolution of vibrational spectroscopy well below the Abbe limit, to achieve single-molecule sensitivity. Because the tip can be moved with sub-nanometer precision, structural information with unmatched spatial resolution can be achieved without the need of specific labels.
Dec 12, 2012
Wavelength
By Spectroscopy Editors
With improvements in instrumentation, Raman spectroscopy continues to expand its range of applications to diverse areas of materials analysis and research.
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