Raman spectroscopy measures the amount of light scattered inelastically at different frequencies by molecular vibrations. This results in very detailed molecular fingerprints with high chemical specificity. Raman measurements do not require sample preparation and can be applied to aqueous systems with ease. That’s why, Raman has been used extensively for a wide variety of applications, and appears to be the most promising spectroscopic method for in-line analysis of complex systems.
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