DTU Kemi - Ramanspektroskopi

Raman Spectroscopy

Raman Spectroscopy is a universal analytical technique for identification of molecules in gases, liquids and solids by scattering of laser light. The Department has recently obtained a new confocal Raman instrument associated with a microscope and fiber optics. With this instrument the Raman spectrum of a sample can be obtained within a volume of 1 x 1 x 2 micrometer. A complete Raman map of a sample can be made.

The instrument is being used for experimental studies in a number of different research fields. The investigations cover analyses of the following fields:

Analysis of Fuels (oil and natural gas)
Fuel Cells & Battery Research and Development
Electrolytical Disposition of Metals and Alloys onto Steel
Characterization of Ceramics and Concrete
Development of Lubricants
Optical Element (lamps, phosphors, displays, smart windows etc.
High Pressure Research
Rare Earth Element Uses
Molten Salt Chemistry
Food Chemistry
Analytical Chemistry in Chemical Production and Pharmacy
Forensic Analysis, Characterization of Explosives, etc.
Evaluation of Relations between Spectra and Molecular Structure
Phase Diagrams

Raman animation