One of the first books devoted entirely to the subject of Raman microscopy, this volume addresses issues of great interest to engineers working in Raman-microscope development and researchers concerned with areas ofapplication for this science. The book is written by several world recognized experts, who summarize the Raman effect before discussing the hardware and software involved in todays instruments. This format provides an excellent introduction to this up-and-coming discipline. All important applications, including those in materials science and earth science are covered in depth.
Includes extensive description of the instrumentation, the Raman microspectrograph, the treatment of data, and micro-Raman imaging Examines the use of Raman microscopy in diverse applications, including some of the hyphenated methods Summarizes the Raman effect Discusses new uses for this technology
Spectroscopists, microscopists, materials scientists, analytical scientists
G. Turrell, The Raman Effect. G. Turrell, M. Delhaye, and P. Dhamelincourt, Characteristics of Raman Microscopy. M. Delhaye, J. Barbillat, J. Aubard, M. Bridoux, and E. Da Silva, Instrumentation. J. Barbillat, Raman Imaging. M. Truchet, J.-C. Merlin, and G. Turrell, Raman Microscopy and Other Local-Analysis Techniques. P. Dhamelincourt and S-I. Nakashima, Applications to Materials Science. P.F. McMillan, J. Dubessy, and R. Hemley, Applications in Earth, Planetary and Environmental Sciences. M. Truchet, Biological Applications. M. Manfait and I. Nabiev, Applications in Medicine. C. Coupry and D. Brissaud, Applications in Art, Jewelry and Forensic Science. Subject Index.
G. Turrell, The Raman Effect: History of the Raman Effect. Mechanim of the Raman Effect. Electromagnetic Radiation and Classical Light Scattering. Molecular Vibrations. The Scattering Tensor. Polarization in Gases and Liquids. Polarication in Crystals. Raman Bandshapes. Resonance Raman Scattering and Fluorescence. Postlog. G. Turrell, M. Delhaye, and P. Dhamelincourt,
Characteristics of Raman Microscopy: Excitation Focusing. Collection Optics. Absorbing Samples. Mocroscope-Spectrometer Coupling. Confocal Raman Microscopy. The Confocal Effect. Conclusion. M. Delhaye, J. Barbillat, J. Aubard, M. Bridoux, and E. da Silva, Instrumentation: Characteristics of Laser Sources. Microscope Objectives. Spectral Analyzers. Photoelectric Detectors. Fluorescent Samples. Fiber Optics. A Brief Survey of Digital Signal Processing. J. Barbillat,
Raman Imaging: Direct Imaging. Series Imaging. Signal-to-Noise Ratio (S/N) and Collection Time. Hadamard Imaging versus Global Illumination and Line Scanning. Examples of Applications. M. Truchet, J.-C. Merlin, and G. Turrel, Raman Micriscopy and Other Local-Analysis Techniques: Electron Microscopy. Coupling of Raman and electron Microscopies. X-Ray and Raman Microscopy Coupling. Coupling of Secondary Ion Mass and Raman Spectroscopies. Coupling of Laser Mass Spectrometry (LMS, LAMM, LPMS) with the Raman Microprobe. Summary of Coupling with Electron, Ion and X-Ray Microscopies. Microchromatography and Other Separation Methods. Optical Waveguides: Raman Spectra of Films and Adsorbed Species. P. Dhamelincourt and S-I. Nakashima, Applications to Materials Science: Inorganic Solids. Microelectronics and Semiconductors. Polumers and Fibers. P.F. McMillan, J. Dubessy, and R. Hemley, Applications in Earth, Planetary and Environmental Sciences: Practical Aspects. Mineralogy and Petrology. Geochemistry. M. Truchet, Biological Applications: From Histology to Cistology. From Morphology to Analysis. Raman Microanalysis Applied to Bioaccumulations. Trends in Raman Microscopy as Applied to Cells and Tissues. M.Manfait and I. Nabiev, Applications in Medicine: Experimental Conditions for the Raman Microprobe Analysis of Biomedical Samples. Raman Microscopy of Living Cellsa and Chromosomes. Raman Microscopy of Ocular Lenses. Surgace-Enhanced Raman Scattering (SERS) Microscopy. Summary. C. Coupry and D. Brissaud, Applications in Art, Jewelry and Forensic Science: Art Objects. Jewellery. Forensic Science. Subject Index.
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- 24th June 1996
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University of Sciences and Technology of Lille, France
Jacques Corset is the director of "Laboratoire de Spectrochimie Infrarouge et Raman" CNRS located both at Thiais and at the University of Lille, France. His research has been concentrated on the application of near-infrared, infrared and Raman spectroscopy to the study of solutions and electrolytes, viz. the structure and reactivity of ionic species in solution. He has supervised twelve theses and published more than ninety scientific papers.
Laboratoire de Spectrochimie Infrarouge et Raman
@qu:"This book will be useful to a braod range of practising analysts and spectroscopists, who will find the literature up-to-date and extremely useful...This recommends the book to potential new practitioners, who may then best assess the evaluation of the technique for their own applications...this book does an excellent task in presenting Raman spectroscopy to a multifaceted scientific audience. The many examples cited will interest workers in a wide range of fields, from solid-state physics...to biological scientists (studies of single cells). This book is highly recommended for purchase and will quickly become a classic of its type." @source:--H.G.M. Edwards in MEASUREMENT SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY