Routine FT-Raman spectroscopy with modified standard FT-IR instrument
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A commercial FT-IR spectrometer (BRUKER IFS 66) was combined with a Raman module, having an Nd∶YAG laser as source, a sample compartment, a filter for elimination of the exciting line from the spectrum and a detector. The interferometer and computer of the IFS 66 was used to record Raman spectra of small amounts of liquids and solids using a spherical sapphire sample cell.
Key wordsRaman spectroscopy NIR-FT near-infrared excited Raman spectroscopy FT-Raman spectroscopy
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