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Practical Raman Spectroscopy

Practical Raman Spectroscopy Author Peter Vandenabeele
ISBN-10 9781119961901
Release 2013-07-03
Pages 192
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This text offers an open-learning approach to Raman spectroscopy providing detail on instrumentation, applications and discussions questions throughout the book. It provides a valuable guide to assist with teaching Raman spectroscopy which is gaining attention in (analytical) chemistry, and as a consequence, teaching programs have followed. Today, education in Raman spectroscopy is often limited to theoretical aspects (e.g. selection rules), but practical aspects are usually disregarded. With these course notes, the author hopes to fill this gap and include information about Raman instrumentation and how it is interpreted. Provides a user-friendly text that tackles the theoretical background, and offers everyday tips for common practice Raman instrumentation and practical aspects, which are sometimes overlooked, are covered Appropriate for students, and includes summaries, text boxes, illustrating the ideas with examples from research literature or providing background information or links with other courses Written with an open-learning approach, this book will be ideal for use as a self-study guide or as the basis of a taught course with discussion and self-assessment questions throughout the text Includes a comprehensive bibliography to guide the reader to more specialized texts and sources.



Practical Raman Spectroscopy

Practical Raman Spectroscopy Author Peter Vandenabeele
ISBN-10 047068318X
Release 2013-09-10
Pages 192
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This text offers an open-learning approach to Raman spectroscopy providing detail on instrumentation, applications and discussions questions throughout the book. It provides a valuable guide to assist with teaching Raman spectroscopy which is gaining attention in (analytical) chemistry, and as a consequence, teaching programs have followed. Today, education in Raman spectroscopy is often limited to theoretical aspects (e.g. selection rules), but practical aspects are usually disregarded. With these course notes, the author hopes to fill this gap and include information about Raman instrumentation and how it is interpreted. Provides a user-friendly text that tackles the theoretical background, and offers everyday tips for common practice Raman instrumentation and practical aspects, which are sometimes overlooked, are covered Appropriate for students, and includes summaries, text boxes, illustrating the ideas with examples from research literature or providing background information or links with other courses Written with an open-learning approach, this book will be ideal for use as a self-study guide or as the basis of a taught course with discussion and self-assessment questions throughout the text Includes a comprehensive bibliography to guide the reader to more specialized texts and sources.



Modern Raman Spectroscopy

Modern Raman Spectroscopy Author Ewen Smith
ISBN-10 9781118681329
Release 2013-03-15
Pages 208
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This book reflects the dramatic increase in the number of Raman spectrometers being sold to and used by non-expert practitioners. It contains coverage of Resonance Raman and SERS, two hot areas of Raman, in a form suitable for the non-expert. Builds Raman theory up in stages without overloading the reader with complex theory Includes two chapters on instrumentation and interpretation that shows how Raman spectra can be obtained and interpreted Explains the potential of using Raman spectroscopy in a wide variety of applications Includes detailed, but concise information and worked examples



Practical Raman Spectroscopy

Practical Raman Spectroscopy Author Derek J. Gardiner
ISBN-10 9783642740404
Release 2012-12-06
Pages 157
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This volume sets out to draw together the essential expertise which will provide a technical guide to the practice of Raman spectroscopy. The text deals exc1usively with spontaneous Raman spectroscopy and inc1udes some aspects of Resonance Raman spectroscopy. Chapter I sets out the essential theoretical framework using a simple c1assical approach and deals with the rudiments of polarizability. Many of these theoretical points are further developed in Chap. 2 where the scattering and polarization consequences of various sampling geometries and collection optics, on gaseous, liquid, single crystal and thin film methods are detailed. The relative advantages and disadvantages of the wide variety of hardware now available to the Raman spectroscopist are discussed in Chap. 3. Important calibration data is pr. esented in Chap. 4 along with an account of datä analysis techniques, inc1uding signal enhancement methods. Chapter 5 describes some of the techniques and cell designs that have been successfully used to study sampies under extreme conditions and Chap. 6 deals with the rapidly growing technique of Raman microscopy, providing a wide range of application examples and experimental advice. We recognise the difficulty in covering all aspects of Raman spectroscopy in a single volume and a section on further reading, representing what we feel are amongst the more informative references, at the time of publication, is provided for additional detail. Our hope is that Practical Raman Spectroscopy will help to provide a source of on-hand technical support and data for the practising Raman spectroscopist in the laboratory.



Practical Raman Spectroscopy

Practical Raman Spectroscopy Author Derek J. Gardiner
ISBN-10 9783642740404
Release 2012-12-06
Pages 157
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This volume sets out to draw together the essential expertise which will provide a technical guide to the practice of Raman spectroscopy. The text deals exc1usively with spontaneous Raman spectroscopy and inc1udes some aspects of Resonance Raman spectroscopy. Chapter I sets out the essential theoretical framework using a simple c1assical approach and deals with the rudiments of polarizability. Many of these theoretical points are further developed in Chap. 2 where the scattering and polarization consequences of various sampling geometries and collection optics, on gaseous, liquid, single crystal and thin film methods are detailed. The relative advantages and disadvantages of the wide variety of hardware now available to the Raman spectroscopist are discussed in Chap. 3. Important calibration data is pr. esented in Chap. 4 along with an account of datä analysis techniques, inc1uding signal enhancement methods. Chapter 5 describes some of the techniques and cell designs that have been successfully used to study sampies under extreme conditions and Chap. 6 deals with the rapidly growing technique of Raman microscopy, providing a wide range of application examples and experimental advice. We recognise the difficulty in covering all aspects of Raman spectroscopy in a single volume and a section on further reading, representing what we feel are amongst the more informative references, at the time of publication, is provided for additional detail. Our hope is that Practical Raman Spectroscopy will help to provide a source of on-hand technical support and data for the practising Raman spectroscopist in the laboratory.



Introduction to Infrared and Raman Spectroscopy

Introduction to Infrared and Raman Spectroscopy Author Norman B. Colthup
ISBN-10 9780080917405
Release 1990-10-10
Pages 547
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Now in its third edition, this classic text covers many aspects of infrared and Raman spectroscopy that are critical to the chemist doing structural or compositional analysis. This work includes practical and theoretical approaches to spectral interpretation as well as a discussion of experimental techniques. Emphasis is given to group frequencies, which are studied in detailed discussions, extensive tables, and over 600 carefully chosen and interpreted spectral examples. Also featured is a unique treatment of group frequencies that stresses their mechanical origin. This qualitative approach to vibrational analysis helps to simplify spectral interpretation. Additional topics include basic instrumental components and sampling techniques, quantitative analysis, Raman polarization data, infrared gas contours, and polarized IR studies, among others. Key Features * Focuses on group frequency correlations and how to use them in spectral interpretation * Revised and updated by a pioneer in the field, Norman Colthup, who for thirty years has served as an expert lecturer for the Fisk Infrared Institute * Explores new group frequency studies in aromatics, alkanes and olefins, among others * Includes completely updated section on instrumentation



Infrared and Raman Spectroscopy

Infrared and Raman Spectroscopy Author Bernhard Schrader
ISBN-10 9783527615421
Release 2008-09-26
Pages 807
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This book is an excellent introduction to vibrational spectroscopy for scientists in academia and industry. Both infrared and Raman spectroscopy are covered comprehensively and up-to-date. Therefore the book may also be used as a handbook for easy reference. Written in the language of chemists, it explains the basic theory and instrumentation, the interpretation and evaluation of spectra. Furthermore numerous, worked-out examples of practical applications are presented. Therefore the reader is enabled to apply infrared and Raman spectroscopy for solving his own problem and to design suitable experimental procedures. This book also serves as a guide to the relevant literature



IR and Raman Spectroscopy

IR and Raman Spectroscopy Author Siegfried Wartewig
ISBN-10 9783527606436
Release 2006-03-06
Pages 191
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An introduction to practical IR and Raman spectroscopy. This interactive course shows newcomers the decisive and central steps in IR and Raman spectroscopy, together with their processing. Using the latest version of the packaged BRUKER software, users can manipulate the data to meet their own special requirements for further evaluation, allowing them to do without automatic processing or expert help. Furthermore, the CD-ROM contains a comprehensive library of spectra for comparing data results with model compounds. Unique in its successful interplay of text, software and pre-prepared data.



Raman Spectroscopy in Archaeology and Art History

Raman Spectroscopy in Archaeology and Art History Author Howell G. M. Edwards
ISBN-10 9780854045228
Release 2005
Pages 476
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Raman Spectroscopy in Archaeology and Art History highlights the important contributions Raman spectroscopy makes for characterising the chemical composition and structure and in determining the provenance and authenticity of objects of archaeological and historical importance. It brings together studies from diverse areas and represents the first dedicated work on the use of this technique in this increasingly important field. With its extensive examples, Raman Spectroscopy in Archaeology and Art History will be of particular interest to specialists in the field, including researchers and scientific/conservation staff in museums. Academics will find it an invaluable reference to the use of Raman spectroscopy.



Infrared and Raman Spectroscopy of Biological Materials

Infrared and Raman Spectroscopy of Biological Materials Author Hans-Ulrich Gremlich
ISBN-10 0824704096
Release 2000-09-25
Pages 600
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Infrared and Raman Spectroscopy of Biological Materials facilitates a comprehensive and through understanding of the latest developments in vibrational spectroscopy. It contains explains key breakthroughs in the methodologies and techniques for infrared, near-infrared, and Raman spectroscopy. Topics include qualitative and quantitative analysis, biomedical applications, vibrational studies of enzymatic catalysis, and chemometrics.



Introductory Raman Spectroscopy

Introductory Raman Spectroscopy Author John R. Ferraro
ISBN-10 9780323137904
Release 2012-12-02
Pages 370
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Praise for Introductory Raman Spectroscopy Highlights basic theory, which is treated in an introductory fashion Presents state-of-the-art instrumentation Discusses new applications of Raman spectroscopy in industry and research



Raman Spectroscopy for Chemical Analysis

Raman Spectroscopy for Chemical Analysis Author Richard L. McCreery
ISBN-10 9780471231875
Release 2005-02-25
Pages 420
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Owing to its unique combination of high information content and ease of use, Raman spectroscopy, which uses different vibrational energy levels to excite molecules (as opposed to light spectra), has attracted much attention over the past fifteen years. This book covers all aspects of modern Raman spectroscopy, including its growing use in both the laboratory and industrial analysis.



Confocal Raman Microscopy

Confocal Raman Microscopy Author Jan Toporski
ISBN-10 9783319753805
Release 2018-03-01
Pages 596
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This second edition provides a cutting-edge overview of physical, technical and scientific aspects related to the widely used analytical method of confocal Raman microscopy. The book includes expanded background information and adds insights into how confocal Raman microscopy, especially 3D Raman imaging, can be integrated with other methods to produce a variety of correlative microscopy combinations. The benefits are then demonstrated and supported by numerous examples from the fields of materials science, 2D materials, the life sciences, pharmaceutical research and development, as well as the geosciences.



Course Notes on the Interpretation of Infrared and Raman Spectra

Course Notes on the Interpretation of Infrared and Raman Spectra Author Dana W. Mayo
ISBN-10 9780471227120
Release 2004-06-07
Pages 600
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Interpretation of IR and Raman Spectra provides the fundamentals of interpreting IR and Raman spectra of complex molecules primarily organic molecules. Examinations of theory provide a basis for predicting functional group frequency location in new molecular structures. Generously enriched with sample exercises to help rapidly develop powerful interpretive skills. Includes appendices with fourteen bibliographies by subject area.



Principles of Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy

Principles of Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy Author Eric Le Ru
ISBN-10 0080931553
Release 2008-11-17
Pages 688
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SERS was discovered in the 1970s and has since grown enormously in breadth, depth, and understanding. One of the major characteristics of SERS is its interdisciplinary nature: it lies at the boundary between physics, chemistry, colloid science, plasmonics, nanotechnology, and biology. By their very nature, it is impossible to find a textbook that will summarize the principles needed for SERS of these rather dissimilar and disconnected topics. Although a basic understanding of these topics is necessary for research projects in SERS with all its many aspects and applications, they are seldom touched upon as a coherent unit during most undergraduate studies in physics or chemistry. This book intends to fill this existing gap in the literature. It provides an overview of the underlying principles of SERS, from the fundamental understanding of the effect to its potential applications. It is aimed primarily at newcomers to the field, graduate students, researchers or scientists, attracted by the many applications of SERS and plasmonics or its basic science. The emphasis is on concepts and background material for SERS, such as Raman spectroscopy, the physics of plasmons, or colloid science, all of them introduced within the context of SERS, and from where the more specialized literature can be followed. Represents one of very few books fully dedicated to the topic of surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS) Gives a comprehensive summary of the underlying physical concepts around SERS Provides a detailed analysis of plasmons and plasmonics



Infrared and Raman Spectroscopic Imaging

Infrared and Raman Spectroscopic Imaging Author Reiner Salzer
ISBN-10 9783527678150
Release 2014-08-07
Pages 656
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This second edition of the successful ready reference is updated and revised with approximately 30% new content to reflect the numerous instrumental developments and improvements, as well as the significant expansion of this rapidly developing field. For example, the combination of IR imaging with AFM has enhanced the achievable lateral resolution by an order of magnitude down to a few hundred nanometers, thus launching a multiplicity of new applications in material science. Furthermore, Raman and IR spectroscopic imaging have become key technologies for the life sciences and today contribute tremendously to a better and more detailed understanding of numerous biological and medical research topics. The topical structure of this new edition is now subdivided into four parts. The first treats the fundamentals of the instrumentation for infrared and Raman imaging and mapping and an overview on the chemometric tools for image analysis. The second part describes a wide varie-ty of applications ranging from biomedical via food, agriculture and plants to polymers and pharmaceuticals. This is followed by a description of imaging techniques operating beyond the diffraction limit, while the final part covers special methodical developments and their utility in specific fields. With its many valuable practical tips, this is a must-have overview for researchers in academic and industrial laboratories wishing to obtain reliable results with this method.



Raman Spectroscopy

Raman Spectroscopy Author Herman Szymanski
ISBN-10 9781468430271
Release 2013-06-29
Pages 221
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Raman Spectroscopy, Volume 1, was conceived to provide integrated and comprehensive coverage of all aspects of the field by a group of specialists. However, in the three years since the first volume was published much important work has been done. Since Volume 1 was very well received, this second volume has been prepared in the belief that an extension of the coverage it offers will satisfy a real need in this rapidly changing and extremely interesting field. Any pretension to comprehensive coverage, however, had to be abandoned. In order to keep the material in a work of this nature up to date, a cutoff date has to be set. Inevitably one or two of the planned articles fail to materialize by this deadline, and other interesting topics may come into focus too late to permit the preparation of a worthwhile discussion by the target date. Still, in fairness to those authors who kept to the schedule, the cutoff date has to be enforced, even though this means sacrificing breadth of coverage to timeliness. I wish to thank all the contributors to this volume for their effort, their cooperation, and their punctuality, and it is my hope that the policy I have followed will result in the presentation of current thought on a series of interesting aspects of the subject of Raman spectroscopy. May 1970 H.A.S. Contents Chapter 1 Vibrational Rules of Selection and Polarization: Their Practical Uses and Limitations .................... .