What is Raman Spectroscopy?
Raman spectroscopy is a spectroscopic technique used to observe the qualitative analysis and quantitative analysis of the crystal lattice and molecules by measuring molecular vibrations. As the evolution of scientific research grows, Raman Spectroscopy can be applied to various areas such as chemistry, carbon materials, pharmaceutics, geology and archaeology other than metals. For the diamond jewelry application, it can be used for all kinds of identification of gemstone types, natural vs. synthetic analysis, enhancement, origin and grading.
RamanThe relevant application of Raman Spectroscopy has been applied to a wide range of industries and has been used by NASA Ames Research Center on Mars during the Mars Science Laboratory Mission.