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Standard Reference Materials for Relative Intensity Correction of Raman Spectrometers

Published

Author(s)

Steven J. Choquette

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

Citation

Choquette, S. (2005), Standard Reference Materials for Relative Intensity Correction of Raman Spectrometers, American Laboratory (Accessed December 3, 2022)
Created November 1, 2005, Updated February 17, 2017