INVERSE RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY
Creators:Yeung, Edward S.
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Publisher:Ohio State University
The inverse Raman effect extends the general applicability of Raman spectroscopy to unstable species, fluorescing compounds and low pressure gases. The observation of absorption rather than scattering allows a better definition of the interaction volume and eliminates the need for a geometric correction factor. Results of measurements of absolute Raman cross-sections using this technique will be presented. Such measurements are not only consistent with ordinary Raman measurements, but may in fact be more reliable.
Author Institution: Department of Chemistry, Ames Laboratory-USAEC Iowa State University
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