DRY ICE 3K INV
Raman Scattering is a technique that is used to detect vibrational or rotational modes of molecules. When Raman scattering occurs, the energy from the incident photons and scattered photons shows a clear difference. The process is mostly used for analysing the structure of a sample. However, it can also be used for Micro-Raman Spectroscopy. The process is a lot more noticeable at cryogenic temperatures, as the signals become sharper when at peak.