Hello! I apologise, if I put this problem into the wrong topic. I know that when the light is shined on the molecule it can get polarized. And because of that you can get Rayleigh and Raman scaterring. Also I know that only one photon over million or billion will scater as Raman. The question that puzzles me and I can't get the answer is: Why is Raman effect so weak? Why does light scater more as Rayleigh than Raman? Thank you for you answer.