28 August 2008 Mix and match: enhanced Raman spectroscopy instrumentation in field applications
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We present Raman spectroscopy analysis on laboratory and field sample analysis on several expeditions. Our measurements in mineral and organic composition have demonstrated that both mineral and organic species in low concentrations can be identified with Raman spectroscopy with no sample preparations and without instrument probe contact to the samples. Our laboratory studies on cyanobacterial biomat, and Mojave Desert rocks have demonstrated the promising potential for Raman spectroscopy as a nondestructive, in situ, high throughput detection technique, as well as a desirable active remote sensing tool for future planetary and space missions.
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Bin Chen, Bin Chen, Nathalie Cabrol, Nathalie Cabrol, Christopher P. McKay, Christopher P. McKay, Chao Shi, Chao Shi, Claire Gu, Claire Gu, Rebecca Newhouse, Rebecca Newhouse, Jin Zhang, Jin Zhang, Tuling Lam, Tuling Lam, Qibing Pei, Qibing Pei, } "Mix and match: enhanced Raman spectroscopy instrumentation in field applications", Proc. SPIE 7097, Instruments, Methods, and Missions for Astrobiology XI, 709715 (28 August 2008); doi: 10.1117/12.802772; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.802772
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