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Lasers for Raman Spectroscopy

The Indian physicist C.V. Raman was awarded the 1930 Nobel prize in physics for his discovery of "Raman Effect" and his systematic exploration of it. This discovery opened the door of Raman spectroscopy.  Raman spectroscopy is based onRaman scattering ofmonochromaticlight, usually from alaserin thevisible,near infrared, ornear ultravioletrange. Lasers with narrow spectral bandwidth, spectral purity, and a high level of wavelength stability are required for Raman Spectroscopy applications.


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