Raman Mapping of Spectrally Non-Well-Behaved Species

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Spectroscopy E-BooksSpectroscopy E-Books-12-01-2016
Volume e4
Issue 2

The use of Raman spectroscopy to produce material images whose contrast is derived from chemical or crystallographic species has been quite useful since the introduction of the Raman microscope in 1976, but particularly with the more recent development of more-sensitive and easier-to-use instruments.   Read more

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