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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.
Nikalyte Announces New Partnership with Life Science Group Calibre Scientific

Nikalyte Announces New Partnership with Life Science Group Calibre Scientific

Determining class A drug use from a single fingerprint

Determining class A drug use from a single fingerprint

Chemical fingerprints help assess the reprogramming of regular cells into stem cells

Chemical fingerprints help assess the reprogramming of regular cells into stem cells

Forensic identification from a single strand of hair

Forensic identification from a single strand of hair

New method shows how pharmaceuticals induce cancer cell death

New method shows how pharmaceuticals induce cancer cell death

New study reveals a troubling aspect of microplastics

New study reveals a troubling aspect of microplastics

Bayreuth researchers investigate microplastic contamination in mussels

Bayreuth researchers investigate microplastic contamination in mussels

New forensic method to identify criminals from a single strand of hair

New forensic method to identify criminals from a single strand of hair

Within A Hair's Breadth--Forensic Identification Of Single Dyed Hair Strand Now Possible

Within A Hair's Breadth--Forensic Identification Of Single Dyed Hair Strand Now Possible

Researchers present holographic Raman microscopy for biological sensing applications

Researchers present holographic Raman microscopy for biological sensing applications

Researchers demonstrate sub-nanometer scale spatial resolution in Raman spectroscopy imaging

Researchers demonstrate sub-nanometer scale spatial resolution in Raman spectroscopy imaging

A novel technique to control and visualize functions of living cells

A novel technique to control and visualize functions of living cells

Function-Based Sequencing Technique Permits Analysis Of Just A Single Bacteria Cell

Function-Based Sequencing Technique Permits Analysis Of Just A Single Bacteria Cell

Direct observation of glucose fingerprint using in vivo Raman spectroscopy

Direct observation of glucose fingerprint using in vivo Raman spectroscopy

Study demonstrates ability of blended electrospun mat to gradually release protein

Study demonstrates ability of blended electrospun mat to gradually release protein