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Raman Intensity Calibration With Glass Luminescence Standards

Published

Author(s)

E S. Etz, Wilbur S. Hurst, Steven J. Choquette

Abstract

This Paper describes the NIST development of standards and procedures for the calibration of the Raman Spectral Intensity. The work is based on the NIST proposal of the use of luminescent glass standards for the transfer of the white light calibration to correct for the instrument response function. Reported are the results from this Raman Standards Project presently focused on Raman work with excitation at five laser excitation wavelengths. The intensity calibration procedures are illustrated for the case of Raman excitation at 785nm, employing a Cr-bearing silicate glass characterized by broad-band luminescence emission. The validity of the intensity calibration is discussed for the measured spectrum of cyclohexane in terms of the calculated band area ratios.
Citation
Microbeam Analysis
Volume
No. 165

Keywords

calibration standards, intensity calibration, luminescence spectroscopy, luminescent glasses, Raman spectroscopy, Raman standards

Citation

Etz, E. , Hurst, W. and Choquette, S. (2000), Raman Intensity Calibration With Glass Luminescence Standards, Microbeam Analysis (Accessed April 21, 2024)
Created January 1, 2000, Updated February 19, 2017