Raman Crystallography, in Theory and in Practice
Event Date: 05/15/2012 02:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
We will discuss the theory and general application of polarization/orientation (P/O) micro-Raman spectroscopy based on the interdependence of incident electric field, Raman polarizability tensor dictated by the symmetry point group of the crystal, and scattering vector. The method is quite complementary to X-ray diffraction and has been applied to microelectronic and photonic devices and other spatially heterogeneous structures.

This webinar will cover some basic theory regarding the application of polarization selection rules for Raman spectroscopy of solids. In addition, we will present some clear and practical methods for the application of these rules to obtain more information about solid state structure using micro-Raman spectroscopy.


Meg Evans

Managing Editor


David Tuschel

Manager of Raman Applications
HORIBA Scientific

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