Raman Spectroscopy News and Research

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In Raman spectroscopy, a laser is used to irradiate a sample. Almost all of the light is scattered in an elastic manner, meaning no change in energy occurs. However, a small percentage of light is scattered in an inelastic manner, known as Raman scattering. This process was first observed by Indian scientist Sir Chandrashekhara Venkata Raman in 1928.
Raman spectroscopy for faster body-fluid tests

Raman spectroscopy for faster body-fluid tests

Probing proteins can lead to better understanding of anti-tumor agents

Probing proteins can lead to better understanding of anti-tumor agents

In vivo biodistribution and highly efficient tumour targeting of carbon nanotubes in mice

In vivo biodistribution and highly efficient tumour targeting of carbon nanotubes in mice

Biofunctional organic nanocrystals for quantitative detection of pathogen deoxyribonucleic acid

Biofunctional organic nanocrystals for quantitative detection of pathogen deoxyribonucleic acid

Nanoparticle probes with surface enhanced Raman spectroscopic tags for cellular cancer targeting

Nanoparticle probes with surface enhanced Raman spectroscopic tags for cellular cancer targeting

Bone quality regulator identified - possible target for preventing and treating bone fractures

Bone quality regulator identified - possible target for preventing and treating bone fractures

Glucose test device for diabetics that does not involve pricking the finger

Glucose test device for diabetics that does not involve pricking the finger