Analysis of luminescent samples using subtracted shifted Raman spectroscopy

@article{Bell1998AnalysisOL,
  title={Analysis of luminescent samples using subtracted shifted Raman spectroscopy},
  author={Steven E. J. Bell and Elsa Bourguignon and Andrew C. Dennis},
  journal={Analyst},
  year={1998},
  volume={123},
  pages={1729-1734}
}
A novel method of obtaining high-quality Raman spectra of luminescent samples was tested using cyclohexane solutions which had been treated with a fluorescent dye. The method involves removing the fixed pattern irregularity found in the spectra taken with CCD detectors by subtracting spectra taken at several different, closely spaced spectrometer positions. It is conceptually similar to SERDS (shifted excitation Raman difference spectroscopy) but has the distinct experimental advantage that it… Expand

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