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Publication Citation: Standard Reference Materials for Relative Intensity Correction of Raman Spectrometers

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Author(s): Steven J. Choquette;
Title: Standard Reference Materials for Relative Intensity Correction of Raman Spectrometers
Published: November 01, 2005
Abstract: NIST has developed a set of transfer standards for the relative correction of the intensity axis of Raman spectrometers. Three standards, covering the most commonly used lasers have been issued, and development of a fourth standard for 1064 nm excitation is underway. These Standard Reference Materials (SRM s) are anticipated to enable the development of instrument-corrected spectral libraries and provide a simple day-to-day validation check of instrument performance.
Citation: American Laboratory
Volume: 37
Issue: 22
Keywords: calibration;intensity correction;luminescence;Raman spectroscopy;SRM;Standard Reference material
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