Confocal Raman microscopy: common errors and artefacts.

  title={Confocal Raman microscopy: common errors and artefacts.},
  author={Neil J. Everall},
  journal={The Analyst},
  volume={135 10},
Confocal Raman microscopy is a powerful tool for research and analysis in the chemical, materials and life sciences, particularly for non-destructive depth profiling of transparent systems. Unfortunately, many Raman microscopes are not optimally configured for this purpose, and so yield unnecessarily low signal-to-noise spectra with poor spatial resolution and grossly incorrect depth scales. This review discusses the aberrations and artefacts that can arise and describes how these can be… CONTINUE READING


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