Raman-Spectroscopy

Theory and applications of Raman-Spectroscopy.


The Raman spectroscopy is a spectroscopic technique used in condensed matter physics and chemistry to measure the wavelength and the intensity of inelastically scattered light from molecules.

The Raman spectroscopy based on the effect that the monochromatic light scattering spectrum of solid, liquid or gaseous substances still contains several weak Raman lines adjacent to the line of the exciting radiation resulting from the vibrations and rotations of the scattering molecules.

Below you will find online available information resources on Raman Spectroscopy. See also: Raman Spectrometers.



Content:


General Information
Lecture Notes, Tutorials
Special Information
Historical Facts and Documents
Data and Databases
Journals



General Information


Raman Spectroscopy
Raman Information at NIST

Raman Spectroscopy
A short introduction to Raman spectroscopy



Lecture Notes, Tutorials


Raman Effect
Lecture notes - Format: PDF

Raman Spectra
Lecture notes - Format: PDF

Raman Spectroscopy
Introductory Tutorial - Format: PDF

Raman Spectroscopy
Lecture notes - Format: PDF

Raman Spectroscopy
Basics - Format: PDF

Raman Spectroscopy
An illustrated overview - Format: PDF

Raman Spectroscopy
Theoretical aspects - Format: PDF

Raman Spectroscopy
An overview - Format: PDF

Raman Spectroscopy 1
for materials science. University of Wellington - Format: PDF

Raman Spectroscopy 2
for materials science. University of Wellington - Format: PDF

Raman Spectroscopy 3
for materials science. University of Wellington - Format: PDF

Raman Spectroscopy 4
for materials science. University of Wellington - Format: PDF

Resonance Raman Spectroscopy
Theory and Experiment - Format: PDF



Special Information


Body Fluids
Technical Report: Application of Raman Spectroscopy for an Easy-to-Use, on-Field, Rapid, Nondestructive, Confirmatory Identification of Body Fluids - Format: PDF

Graphene
Raman spectroscopy as a versatile tool for studying the properties of graphene - Format: PDF

Graphene and Related Materials
Raman Spectroscopy of graphene and related materials - Format: PDF

Graphite
Raman spectroscopy of graphite - Format: PDF

Molecular and Cellular Analysis
Surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy and its application to molecular and cellular analysis - Format: PDF

SERS
Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy - Format: PDF

Single Atoms
Raman spectroscopy of single atoms - Format: PDF

TERS
Tip-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy (TERS) for in Situ Identification of Indigo and Iron Gall Ink on Paper - Format: PDF



Historical Facts and Documents


Raman; Sir Chandrasekhara Venkata
The Nobel Prize in Physics 1930 for his work on the scattering of light and for the discovery of the effect named after him



Data and Databases


Minerals
Raman spectra, X-ray diffraction and chemistry data for minerals. RRUFF

Raman Data Search and Storage
RDSS software was developed as an analytical tool for a fast and accurate identification of unknown minerals by comparison of their spectra with the indexed library of data

Raman Spectral Databases
With high-quality Raman spectral databases and the addition of thousands of new spectra each year, Bio-Rad is the authoritative source for Raman spectra - commercial



Journals


Journal of Raman Spectroscopy
An International Journal for Original Work in all Aspects of Raman Spectroscopy, including Higher Order Processes, and also Brillouin and Rayleigh Scattering. Wiley-Interscience

Vibrational Spectroscopy
An International Journal devoted to Applications of Infrared and Raman Spectroscopy. Elsevier




Related Books and Scientific Literature: Raman-Spectroscopy


Book recommendation

Manfred Hesse, Herbert Meier, Bernd Zeeh, and Richard Dunmur

Spectroscopic Methods in Organic Chemistry

Spectroscopic Methods in Organic Chemistry covers all aspects of modern spectroscopic methodology. It provides the necessary equipment for the application of spectroscopic methods in organic chemistry, as required as part of chemistry courses in all universities. The following methods are explained and examples given: UV/Vis Spectroscopy, derivative Spectroscopy, chirooptical methods CD and ORD, aggregated molecules, charge transfer complexes, conjugated oligomers Infrared (IR) and Raman Spectroscopy, Fourier transform IR spectroscopy, and GC/IR combination methods and more.

The layout and many tables help to introduce the reader to spectroscopy. The extensive and thorough approach makes the text the first choice both as a companion for the professional chemists and as a refresher course in practical spectroscopy.

Thieme; 2014





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