Utilization of Optical Fibers in Remote Inelastic Light Scattering Probes
Preliminary Raman scattering data have been obtained to determine the feasibility of using optical fibers to transmit laser light to a remote location and to return inelastically scattered light to a central spectrometer. To improve signal-to-noise ratios, both a spherical mirror sampling cell and a resonant prism arrangement have been investigated.
KeywordsRaman Spectrum Attenuate Total Reflection Remote Monitoring Spherical Mirror Fluorescence Wavelength
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