Structure and Chemical Composition in a Single Measurement

Aug. 28, 2020

THz-Raman spectroscopy is a proven method to collect robust and simultaneous structural and chemical compositional information. This technology has evolved from a relative novelty requiring complex multistage monochromators, to a plug-and-play add-on that any scientist can set up in a matter of minutes, and now includes complete integrated systems solutions including high-throughput screening platforms. There is no doubt that the applications will continue to grow and expand as THz-Raman spectroscopy continues to transition out of the lab and into industrial settings.

Figure 1. Raman spectra of α-sulfur and β-sulfur, showing the intermolecular vibrotational modes from 0 to 100cm-1 (A) and intramolecular vibrational modes from 100cm-1 to 500 cm-1(B).

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