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1 May 1992 Remote high-sensitivity Raman spectroscopy with fiber optics, diode lasers, and CCD spectrometers
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Abstract
Several recent technological developments have greatly improved the sensitivity and simplicity of Raman spectroscopy, and have reduced interference from fluorescence. These developments include fiber optic sampling, diode laser excitation, holographic filters, compact spectrographs, and charged coupled device detectors. Spectrometers based on these developments are simple to use and can detect part-per-million levels of strong Raman scatterers in solution. Examples will be presented.
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Richard L. McCreery "Remote high-sensitivity Raman spectroscopy with fiber optics, diode lasers, and CCD spectrometers", Proc. SPIE 1637, Environmental and Process Monitoring Technologies, (1 May 1992); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.59334
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