Raman Probe of pollutants in water: Measurement process

Abstract : Raman probe can be used to detect substances dissolved in water. Here are reported and discussed some experimental and data treatment processes needed to identify species and also to determine their content in a mixture. A particular attention is paid to the treatment of Raman line intensity used in the calibration of the probe.
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M.D. Fontana, K. Ben Mabrouk, T.H. Kauffmann. Raman Probe of pollutants in water: Measurement process. 4th Imeko TC19 Symposium on Environmental Instrumentation and Measurements Protecting Environment, Climate Changes and Pollution Control, Jun 2013, Lecce, Italy. pp.27-29. ⟨hal-00866711⟩

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