Wednesday, October 10, 2012
Owing to technological improvements spurred on by the telecommunications boom of the last decade, Raman spectroscopy has become much more accessible to users in all fields. The combination of improved technology and the technique’s molecular sensitivity have led to a surge in Raman usage in a myriad of application areas, including pharmaceutical, biomedical, industrial, and forensic, among others. In all of these applications, however, there remains a struggle to extract useful Raman spectra from fluorescent and luminescent samples.
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