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Raman Systems and Laboratories


We investigate natural and synthetic materials by Micro-Raman and Remote Raman Spectroscopy, Laser-Induced Fluorescense (LIF), and Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectrosopy (LIBS) for terrestrial and planetary applications.

Location: HIG 107
Click on the bullet-list for more information. Time-Resolved Stand-off Raman and LIBS Systems
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Click on the bullet-list for more information. Planetary Gatable Standoff Raman and LIF Systems
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Click on the bullet-list for more information. Micro-Raman Spectroscopy
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Text and images courtesy Shiv Sharma. Publications   —   List of publications.

For more information on Raman systems, LIF, and LIBS in the HIG 107 lab contact:  Shiv Sharma, Paul Lucey or Anupam Misra.

Location: POST 535B
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Text and images courtesy Patrick Gasda.

For more information on the Raman microscope in the POST 535B lab contact:  Hannah Shelton or Alex DeAngelis.

  Updated April 2, 2015.


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