Influence of perturbations on the lattice spectra of crystalline amino acids
The work is devoted to the study of the lattice spectra of amino acid crystals under the action of external perturbations. The influence of temperature on the Raman spectra in the band of amino acid lattice vibrations is treated. Raman spectra of crystalline amino acids exposed to gamma-rays, as well as the spectra of crystalline amino acids containing metal ion dopants, are studied in the region of external vibrations.
KeywordsMicrowave Raman Spectrum Lattice Vibration External Perturbation Optical Engineer
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