Plasmonic and Raman: SERS and TERS

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presented by Thibault Brulé, HORIBA France


Beginning: 05/21/24

Location: Online

Raman spectroscopy is a good technique for chemical and physical characterization of materials, but suffers from a few limitations like a lack of sensitivity, or its micron scale resolution. Since the 1970s, the coupling of the plasmonic effect with Raman is more and more being used to overcome these limits. This phenomena association results in two enhanced Raman spectroscopies called SERS and TERS, respectively associated to Surface and Tip origins.

During this webinar, we will present how the coupling of plasmonic and Raman effects results to with SERS and TERS and details some applications.