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'Classical' Raman spectroscopy is based on exciting radiation in the visible region. It had been first mainly radiation of the line at 435.8 nm of the mercury plasma, after 1960 of the Ruby laser line at 694 nm, later it was the emission of the He-Ne laser at 632.8 nm, and at present that of the Ar+ laser at 488 or 515 nm (Fig. 2.2-2). Most samples do not normally show absorption bands in the visible region and the radiation detectors, usually photomultipliers, have a quite uniform responsivity (Sec. 3.3.3) in this range. As already pointed out, the disadvantage of classical Raman spectroscopy is its sensitivity against the fluorescence of impurities which could mask Raman spectra completely. The situation changes dramatically, when exciting radiation from the near-infrared range is employed. The energy of the quanta at 1064 nm of the Nd:YAG laser is only 46 % of those of the 488 nm Ar+ laser line. This is not enough to excite fluorescence of most samples. Raman spectroscopy in the NIR region is therefore virtually immune against fluorescence due to impurities. In order to use its advantages it is necessary to be aware of possible drawbacks. In the NIR region all compounds containing X-H - bonds (X may be any element) show absorption bands due to overtones and combinations of the normal vibrations, Fig. 3.5-3. They may considerably reduce the intensity of the Raman lines and thus complicate quantitative analyses. Moreover, according to the laws of Planck and Kirchhoff, such overtones and combinations may give rise to thermal emission of the same order of magnitude as the Raman lines or which is even stronger. In addition, radiation detectors for the NIR region considerably change their spectral responsivity in the range of the Raman spectrum. Finally, there may be other sources of background which may potentially superimpose the Raman spectrum.
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