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High- and Low-Temperature Raman Spectroscopy

  • Ronald E. Hester

Abstract

A huge majority of the papers published on Raman spectroscopy have been concerned only with spectra obtained from samples held at the arbitrary temperature of the spectrometer sample housing. This usually has been just a few degrees above room temperature, due to some slight heating effects of the light source, which most commonly has been a powerful mercury arc lamp. The reason for this state of affairs can in part be ascribed to the simple laziness of practical spectroscopists, who have generally found that there are many systems of interest which can be made to yield worthwhile results from the most unsophisticated experimental setups, and who have been content to leave the design problems of spectroscopy to the manufacturers of commercial instruments. However, in their defence it must be said that the problems of varying and controlling sample temperature over a wide enough range to be useful have, until recently, been quite difficult to solve.

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Raman Spectrum Raman Spectroscopy Molten Salt Laser Excitation Nichrome Wire 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Ronald E. Hester
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  1. 1.University of YorkYorkEngland

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