An analytical technique used to characterize pigments and some organic materials. Raman spectroscopy was discovered in 1928 by an Indian physicist,Sir C.V. Raman, whose work in the field of light scattering earned him the 1930 Nobel Prize for Physics. It measures the shift in wavelength that occurs when a material scatters monochromatic light. Raman spectroscopy provides information of the internal vibrational motion of a molecule.
Synonyms and Related Terms
spectroscopie Raman (Fr.); Ramanspektroskopie (Deut.)
- H.G.M. Edwards & J.M. Chalmers, Raman Spectroscopy in archaeology and art history, Springer (2006)
- RAA 2013 - 5th International congress on the application of Raman spectroscop in Art & Archaeology - LJUBLJANA (2013) : http://raa13.zvkds.si