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Portable Raman spectrometer - design rules and applications

Autorzy Gnyba, M.  Smulko, J.  Kwiatkowski, A.  Wierzba, P. 
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EN Raman spectroscopy has become more popular due to its new prospective field applications in forensic sciences, war against terrorism, environment protection and other field chemical analysis. Raman spectrometers can be miniaturised to portable devices and their price is decreasing due to development of optoelectronics components. Unfortunately, this technology has still numerous limitations that influence their design and limit the scope of possible applications. The conception and design of the portable Raman spectrometer is described, including discussion of performance and limitations of representative components of such device available on the market. An enhanced portable Raman spectrometer using two lasers, one emitting at 355 nm and the other at 785 nm, and employing advanced signal acquisition and data processing methods is presenented. Advantages of such system are outlined and example measurement results acquired using equivalent hardware are presented. Data processing flow for identification of chemicals is also described.
Słowa kluczowe
EN Raman spectroscopy   chemical detection   lasers   detection algorithms  
Wydawca Polska Akademia Nauk, Wydział IV Nauk Technicznych
Czasopismo Bulletin of the Polish Academy of Sciences. Technical Sciences
Rocznik 2011
Tom Vol. 59, nr 3
Strony 325--329
Opis fizyczny Bibliogr. 14 poz., rys., tab.
autor Gnyba, M.
autor Smulko, J.
autor Kwiatkowski, A.
autor Wierzba, P.
  • Department of Optoelectronics and Electronic Systems, Gdansk University of Technology Faculty of Electronics, Telecommunications and Informatics, 11/12 Narutowicza St., 80-233 Gdańsk, Poland,
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