Raman spectrum


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Ra·man spec·trum

(ram'an),
the characteristic array of light produced by the Raman effect.
[Sir C. V. Raman]

Raman,

Sir Chandrasekhara Venkata, Indian physicist and Nobel laureate, 1888-1970.
Raman effect - a change in frequency undergone by monochromatic light scattered in passage through a transparent substance whose characteristics determine the amount of change. Synonym(s): Raman shift
Raman shift - Synonym(s): Raman effect
Raman spectrum - the characteristic array of light produced by the Raman effect.
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The Raman spectrum emerges first, but is quickly overwhelmed by the fluorescence signal (see Figure 1).
The Raman spectrum of a mouse frozen oocyte exposed to L-proline displayed a significant difference between the intracellular [[Figure 1]a, black line] and extracellular [[Figure 1]a, red line] regions.
In the first experiment we obtained the Raman spectrum of pure liquid water at ambient conditions (Figure 2).
That's why on the next stage of our work we researched Hb oxygen transport function of erythrocytes by recording Raman spectrum under similar conditions.
Raman spectrum analysis of hydroxyapatite presented a strong peak at 961 [cm.
The molecule is left vibrating and the amount of energy transfer corresponds to the vibration, which is represented by a peak in a Raman spectrum displayed on a computer screen.
A WITec microscope can be as basic as the alpha 300 M for single Raman spectrum measurements or as complex as the alpha 300 RAS, equipped with combined Raman, AFM, NSOM, fluorescence and luminescence imaging techniques.
Each cell has a unique, unmistakable Raman spectrum.
This light is collected using a microscope to give a Raman spectrum which gives a characteristic vibrational fingerprint which can be compared to spectra of lipsticks of various types and brands.
The molecular structure of keratin contains moieties common to proteins such as amides and sulfur linkages that can be observed in a Raman spectrum.