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From pigments to sweeteners to fracking fluid, Raman spectroscopy is often the answer to unusual chemical identification questions.
We've collected some of our most interesting applications of Raman spectroscopy in a series of case studies. TSI experts in the laser-based molecular analysis technique have assisted in identifying the chemical fingerprint of vermilion Chinese watercolor paint from the 4th century B.C.—and helped to detect impurtities in olive oil—as well as many other investigations.
To browse our collection of case studies and application notes, visit our Raman Spectroscopy Resources page.