Jay Thomason


Grating Corrected Laser Stabilization: A Case Study in Pharmaceutical Raw Material Identification

June 02, 2005

The authors present a novel technique for obtaining very high stability and reproducibility of a Raman spectrum, using grating corrected laser stabilization. An externally stabilized laser with a grating spectrometer provides exceptional quantum efficiency in the entire dynamic range. These components then are used to build a library of pharmaceutical raw materials and tested on samples of unknown material.