Raman microspectroscopy provides access to compositional and microstructural details of polycrystalline materials
There are a number of advantages of Raman microspectroscopy, including its the ease of its application, as in many cases no or very little sample preparation is needed and the experiments are performed at atmospheric pressure.
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