FT-Raman spectroscopy is one of the fastest growing areas in analytical chemistry today. Fourier Transform Raman Spectroscopy: From Concept to Experiment describes the nuances of the discipline from its conceptual beginning to its actual establishment as a viable analytical technique. It chronicles the rapid succession of scientific steps that brought FT-Raman spectroscopy from a laboratory curiosity to a marketable analytical instrument in only four years. Thetreatise contains a series of chapters written by those who participated in this exciting process and who have gone on to lead the march of Raman spectroscopy into the Fourier domain through their sustained contributions to the field.
This book focuses on FT-Raman spectroscopy as a:
Non-invasive technique for studying the structure of molecules containing chromophores
Methodology to avoid interference by fluorescing impurities
Routine technique for the structural characterization of materials
Means to do quantitative analytical chemistry in the absence of resonance enhancement
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I am very pleased to recommend the publication of this work, and I congratulate those involved for recognizing the importance of this emerging new development in Raman Spectroscopy. This book will be widely regarded by Raman researchers as an authoritative contribution not only to the experimental/instrumental development, but also as a most welcome account to solve a wide range of problems in a new way.
--Edgar S. Etz, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF STANDARDS AND TECHNOLOGY
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