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Raman Scattering


High intensity laser light source

Horiba Raman-Scattering

Raman Scattering from HORIBA  is based on an incident light scattered by a molecule from a high intensity laser light source. Most of the scattered light is at the same wavelength (or color) as the laser source and does not provide useful information – The Rayleigh Scatter. However a small amount of light (typically 0.0000001%) is scattered at different wavelengths (or colors), which depend on the chemical structure of the analyte – this is called Raman Scatter.


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