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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.
Vibrational spectroscopy opens up new ways to diagnose chronic diseases

Vibrational spectroscopy opens up new ways to diagnose chronic diseases

Bruker launches new, improved customer-driven products at Pittcon 2014

Bruker launches new, improved customer-driven products at Pittcon 2014

Research shows promise for developing a method of clearly identifying cancerous tissue during surgery

Research shows promise for developing a method of clearly identifying cancerous tissue during surgery

Researchers construct "golden trap" capable of capturing molecules

Researchers construct "golden trap" capable of capturing molecules

Pharmaceutical powder characterisation and inhaler testing workshop to include expert presentations

Pharmaceutical powder characterisation and inhaler testing workshop to include expert presentations

New prototype technique improves diagnosis of cancer tissue during operation

New prototype technique improves diagnosis of cancer tissue during operation

Researchers develop nanoprobe technique to help treat fatal diseases more effectively

Researchers develop nanoprobe technique to help treat fatal diseases more effectively

Non-invasive optical techniques use LED, laser to view beneath skin

Non-invasive optical techniques use LED, laser to view beneath skin

Raman spectroscopy algorithm has potential to diagnose breast lesions with high precision

Raman spectroscopy algorithm has potential to diagnose breast lesions with high precision

Bruker introduces new products with scientific capabilities for research, industrial and applied markets

Bruker introduces new products with scientific capabilities for research, industrial and applied markets

New, inexpensive nano-biosensor can detect Listeria monocytogenes in food

New, inexpensive nano-biosensor can detect Listeria monocytogenes in food

USP evaluates Raman device's potential to detect counterfeit and substandard medicines

USP evaluates Raman device's potential to detect counterfeit and substandard medicines

Scientists demonstrate advantages of wavelength-modulated Raman spectroscopy

Scientists demonstrate advantages of wavelength-modulated Raman spectroscopy

Bruker releases new line of IRIS TERS Probes

Bruker releases new line of IRIS TERS Probes

BRIGHTs bind to biomarkers of disease and light up to reveal their location

BRIGHTs bind to biomarkers of disease and light up to reveal their location

New instrument for OINDP characterization from Malvern Instruments to be showcased at DDL23

New instrument for OINDP characterization from Malvern Instruments to be showcased at DDL23

UK scientists make breakthrough in new method of brain tumour diagnosis

UK scientists make breakthrough in new method of brain tumour diagnosis

Astellas Pharma adopts Advantest’s terahertz spectroscopic imaging system TAS7500

Astellas Pharma adopts Advantest’s terahertz spectroscopic imaging system TAS7500

Single-step method can rapidly detect pathogens and chemical contaminants

Single-step method can rapidly detect pathogens and chemical contaminants

Thermo Scientific launches Nicolet iS50 FT-IR spectrometer

Thermo Scientific launches Nicolet iS50 FT-IR spectrometer