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Journal Highlight: Raman microspectroscopy as a useful tool for nanopathology

Date: Apr 3, 2017

Author: spectroscopyNOW

The possibilities and advantages of Raman microspectroscopy for the detection and characterization of particles of an unknown nature in human nasal mucosa and amniotic fluids have been surveyed.

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Food colourant: Sensor tech

Date: Apr 1, 2017

Author: David Bradley

A material that has been used as a food dye for decades in corn chips and ice cream could be used in novel sensor technology, according to researchers at Georgia Institute of Technology.

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Journal Highlight: Resonance Raman of oxygen dangling bonds in amorphous silicon dioxide

Date: Mar 6, 2017

Author: spectroscopyNOW

A resonance Raman band induced by ionizing radiation in amorphous silicon dioxide, which can be detected under ultraviolet laser excitation, has been assigned to oxygen dangling bonds.

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Influenza attack: Raman to reveal hijack

Date: Mar 1, 2017

Author: David Bradley

Laura Fabris of Rutgers University, New York state, USA, and her colleagues are using surface enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) spectroscopy to investigate the role that might be played by TIPs - therapeutic interfering particles in defending us against influenza, flu.

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Journal Highlight: High-resolution Raman spectroscopy for the nanostructural characterization of explosive nanodiamond precursors

Date: Feb 6, 2017

Author: spectroscopyNOW

Raman and tip-enhanced Raman spectroscopy have been used to resolve morphological and structural differences of differently prepared hexolite nanocomposites used to prepare nanodiamonds by detonation.

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Raman sex test: Saliva samples

Date: Feb 1, 2017

Author: David Bradley

A portable Raman scanner can analyse saliva, other bodily fluids, and reveal whether or not they come from a male or a female. The system developed by researchers at Albany University, SUNY, State University of New York, USA, may soon be available to scientific support for law enforcement.

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Ising on the 2D cake: Raman in transition

Date: Jan 6, 2017

Author: David Bradley

Scientists in South Korea have used Raman spectroscopy to obtain the first experimental proof of a physics theory proposed more than 70 years ago.

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Journal Highlight: Early diagnosis of influenza virus A using surface-enhanced Raman scattering-based lateral flow assay

Date: Jan 1, 2017

Author: spectroscopyNOW

A SERS-based lateral flow assay (LFA) kit with SERS-active nanotags for the rapid diagnosis of influenza virus A has a limit of detection one order of magnitude better than a colorimetric LFA kit.

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Precision Raman: Effect in the field

Date: Dec 1, 2016

Author: David Bradley

New technology that could change the way in which electronics are printed facilitates high quality, direct spray deposition of semiconducting molecular crystals on to any surface. The precise nature of a single crystal field-effect transistor made this was has been ascertained using polarised Raman spectroscopy.

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Journal Highlight: Allergic reactions in red tattoos: Raman spectroscopy for 'fingerprint' detection of chemical risk spectra in tattooed skin and culprit tattoo inks

Date: Nov 28, 2016

Author: spectroscopyNOW

Raman spectroscopy has been tested as a screening technique for chemical characterisation of tattoo pigments in pathologic reacting tattoos and tattoo ink stock products to depict unsafe pigments and metabolites.

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