Raman Spectroscopy

Jun 19, 2013
Wavelength
By Spectroscopy Editors
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Jun 01, 2013
Special Issues
By Spectroscopy Editors
The feasibility of identifying different types of bacterial growth media using a handheld Raman instrument with a proprietary baseline correction algorithm is investigated.
Jun 01, 2013
Special Issues
By Spectroscopy Editors
This article re-explains and demystifies some definitions and opinions concerning Raman spectroscopy from two distinct sides: academic and industrial.
Jun 01, 2013
Special Issues
By Spectroscopy Editors
Results are reported from studies using volume holographic grating filter technology with both visible and NIR excitation wavelengths to analyze multiple forms of the polymorphic active pharmaceutical ingredient carbamazepine.
Jun 01, 2013
Special Issues
By Spectroscopy Editors
A modern portable Raman instrument equipped with a 1064-nm laser is compared to one using a 785-nm laser for the identification of counterfeit pharmaceuticals.
Jun 01, 2013
Spectroscopy
The presence of electronic transitions in the visible part of the spectrum can provide enormous enhancement of Raman signals.
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.
Nov 01, 2012
Spectroscopy
Here, real spectra illustrate how to be your own critic when evaluating band-fitted spectra.
Sep 01, 2012
Spectroscopy
Micro-Raman spectroscopy has been used to depth-profile a waveguide produced by an ion-exchange reaction in a single crystal of a ferroelectric metal oxide, and to reveal the changes in chemical bonding and atomic structure that occur in this process.
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