Raman spectra intensity differs, but wavelength peaks the same. What does this imply?


by eeyoreturnip
Tags: density, intensity, raman, raman scattering, spectra
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May4-12, 11:19 PM
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Hi all,

I have several raman spectra where the intensity peaks are of different amplitude but the wavelength peaks are the same.

I'm aware that the intensity is directly proportional to the concentration of molecules.

Can this be taken to mean the density is less for the samples that have a lower intensity?

Cheers,

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