Professor C.V. Raman discovered the Raman effect in 1928. However, it took many years before technological advances enabled the development of efficient Raman systems. Raman spectroscopy is used to understand more about the make-up of materials. A sample is illuminated using a single colour of light and the way the light interacts with the sample tells us information about it.
Author: Peter Vandenabeele
This text offers an open learning approach to Raman spectroscopy providing detail on instrumentation, applications and discussions questions throughout the book.
Proceedings of the 21st International Conference (XXI ICORS) on Raman Spectroscopy contains publication of the plenary and invited lectures reporting exciting developments in diverse areas of Raman Spectrosocpy.
Editors: Slobodan Sasic and Yukihiro Ozaki
Concentrating on the applications of chemical imaging, this book presents a thorough background on the theory, software, and hardware employed in this analytical technique.