Journal of Raman Spectroscopy
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Congratulations to ICORS 2016 Best Poster Awardees
Sylwester Gawinkowski, The Institute of Photonic Sciences, Spain; Jacek Szczerbinski, ETH Zurich, Switzerland; Lucas Lafetá, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil. See winners below being presented their awards by JRS Senior Associate Editor, Prof. Larry Ziegler.
JRS paper awarded the 2016 Stephens Award in Vibrational Optical Activity - free to access
"A novel Raman optical activity instrument operating in the deep ultraviolet spectral region"
Many congratulations to Josef Kapitán, Laurence D. Barron and Lutz Hecht
Dr. Josef Kapitan (left) and Prof. Laurence Barron (co-discoverer of Raman optical activity, on the right) receiving their award at VOA-5
Recently Published Articles
- You have free access to this contentApplications of Raman spectroscopy in art and archaeology (pages 1404–1407)
Barbara Łydżba-Kopczyńska and Juan Manuel Madariaga
Version of Record online: 5 DEC 2016 | DOI: 10.1002/jrs.5067
The 8th edition of the International Congress on the Application of Raman Spectroscopy in Art Archeology (RAA 2015) was held in Wroclaw (Poland) from 1 to 5 September 2015, with three Plenary Lectures, eight Trendsetting Talks, 37 Oral Presentations and 34 Poster Presentations. The number of active participants was 113 delegates from 22 countries among the 250 authors that presented at least one work.
- Pressure dependence of the Raman signal intensity in high-pressure gases
Dmitry V. Petrov and Ivan I. Matrosov
Version of Record online: 28 NOV 2016 | DOI: 10.1002/jrs.5062
In the present work, a theoretical model is presented that describes the Raman signal intensity as a function of the pressure of the gas medium considering the compressibility factor, the internal field factor, and the instrumental factor. To verify the model, changes in the Raman signal intensities of vibrational bands of nitrogen and oxygen in the pressure range 1–80 atm and carbon dioxide in the pressure range 1–60 atm are investigated
- Raman spectroscopy of layered lead tin disulfide (PbSnS2) thin films
Anna Łapińska, Andrzej Taube, Michał Wąsik, Grażyna Zofia Żukowska, Anna Duzynska, Jarosław Judek and Mariusz Zdrojek
Version of Record online: 21 NOV 2016 | DOI: 10.1002/jrs.5064
We present first the detailed Raman studies of PbSnS2, including the polarization-dependent and temperature-dependent measurements (80–400 K range). The strong effect of the polarization angle and temperature on the Raman spectra was observed. The extracted first-order temperature coefficients are among the largest reported so far for layered materials. Our results might be helpful in understanding the anisotropic optical, thermal and electrical properties of PbSnS2.
- You have free access to this contentRecent advances in linear and non-linear Raman spectroscopy. Part X (pages 1548–1565)
Laurence A. Nafie
Version of Record online: 18 NOV 2016 | DOI: 10.1002/jrs.5061
A review of the current status of the field of Raman spectroscopy based on bibliometric data by area for the past ten years, symposia presented this year at ICORS XXV in Fortaleza, Brazil and SCIX 2016 in Minneapolis, Minnesota USA, ECONOS 2016 in Göteburg, Sweden, GeoRaman XII in Novosibirsk, Russia and papers published in the Journal of Raman Spectroscopy during the calendar year 2015. This is part X of an annual review of Raman spectroscopy covering the following areas: SERS, Biosciences, Nano-Materials, Non-Linear and Time-Resolved, Resonance, Art and Archaeology, Solid-State, Liquids, Solutions, Gases, Pharmaceuticals, Forensics, High Pressure, Vibrational Analysis, Special Techniques, and Reviews.
- Glass-embedded quaternary CdS1−x−ySexTey nanocrystals: Chemical composition derived from the Raman band intensities
Yuriy M. Azhniuk, Vasyl V. Lopushansky, Mykola V. Prymak, Alexander V. Gomonnai and Dietrich R.T. Zahn
Version of Record online: 18 NOV 2016 | DOI: 10.1002/jrs.5068
Quaternary CdS1−x−ySexTey nanocrystals are obtained in borosilicate glass by diffusion-limited growth. In their micro-Raman spectra CdTe-like, CdSe-like, and CdS-like LO phonon bands are observed providing evidence for a three-mode character of the compositional transformation of their phonon spectra. An attempt is made to quantify the nanocrystal chemical composition based on the corresponding LO phonon band intensity ratios taking into account the effect of polaron constants.