article

Raman spectroscopy of the amorphous phase from silicon to pharmaceutical drugs – a brief overview

Posted: 1 July 2019 | | No comments yet

Zafar Iqbal sheds light on how Raman spectroscopy is used to detect and understand the amorphous phase in a range of solids, providing examples of his own laboratory applications.

Abstract

The following is a short overview of the use of Raman spectroscopy, particularly in the low wavenumber lattice and intermolecular mode region, to detect and understand the amorphous phase in solids ranging from that in plasma-grown nanoscale silicon to organic molecule pharmaceutical drugs. Examples from work in the author’s laboratory on silicon and pharmaceutical drugs, acetaminophen, fenofibrate and griseofulvin are discussed.











To read this article in full, please complete the form below. By clicking submit you confirm that you accept our terms and conditions and privacy policy.


*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

This content is provided to you for free thanks to the kind support of our sponsors: WITec, Horiba, bioMeriuex-Hyglos

Send this to a friend