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Raman Instrumentation

  • Sanford A. Asher
  • Richard Bormett
Part of the Springer Series in Materials Science book series (SSMATERIALS, volume 42)

Abstract

The last decade has seen major advances in the applications of Raman spectroscopy to materials science. We review here the dramatic improvements in Raman instrumentation that have enabled these incisive studies. This chapter separately discusses advances in lasers, spectrometers, optics and detectors and illustrates some of these advances in a few examples of new applications and instrumentation used in materials science research.

Keywords

Raman Spectrometer Rayleigh Line Raman Cross Section Raman Scattered Light Nondiamond Carbon 
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  • Sanford A. Asher
  • Richard Bormett

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