Raman Spectra Library | Products

By: Analyze Iq  05/12/2011
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The library is divided into two subsets, available separately or together:

  1. Raman Spectra of Laboratory Materials: This comprises 1103 spectra covering 899 materials, each of which has a single identified primary constituent
  2. Raman Spectra of Mixtures: This comprises 765 spectra of laboratory-made mixtures of 2 to 4 components, in each case characterised according to the main constituents in each mixture and the expected concentrations of each of the constituents
  3. Full Raman Spectra Library: this includes all 1868 spectra.

The screenshot shows the display panel for sample information for one of the mixtures in the library: 10% Acetonitrile + 80% Methanol + 10% Water. 

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