In addition to the applications outlined in the previous sections,
The chemical specificity of the technique, the non-contact and non-destructive nature of the measurement, the ease of sampling, and the ability to measure both organic and inorganic chemistries (where a chemical bond is present) make Raman a powerful chemical analytical technique.
Have an application that requires further investigation? Complete our Application Feasibility form to determine if Raman is a suitable technique.
Further information on Raman applications can be found in Handbook of Raman Spectroscopy: From Laboratory to Process Line by Ian R. Lewis and Howell G. M. Edwards, Marcel Dekker, New York, New York (2001)
|Analysis of Fertilizers and Plant Tissue for Perchlorate||Raman Application Notes||AN501|
|Determination of Unsaturation in Food Oils and Fats||Raman Application Notes||AN500|
|Fast Raman Screening of Unsaturation of Fats in Pork||Raman Application Notes||AN503|
|Improved Routine QA/QC Screening of Margarine Adulteration in Butter||Raman Application Notes||AN504|
|Quality Control of Diamond-Like Carbon (DLC) Films||Raman Application Notes||AN550|
|Raman Analysis of a Martian Meteorite||Raman Application Notes||AN601|
|Rapid Quality Screening of Fish Meat||Raman Application Notes||AN502|