Raman Spectra of Solid Amino Acids: Spectral Correlation Analysis as the First Step Towards Identification by Raman Spectroscopy

Abstract

Raman spectra are presented for twenty proteinogenic amino acids, recorded for solid samples using four different laser wavelengths: 325, 514.5, 632.8, and 785 nm. In general, the intensity patterns are very similar for all excitation wavelengths. The spectra are analysed in terms of similarity. Possibilities of determination of amino acids in multicomponent powder mixtures are discussed and illustrated by examples.

Citation

Roliński, T., Gawinkowski, S., Kamińska, A. and Waluk, J., 2014. Raman Spectra of Solid Amino Acids: Spectral Correlation Analysis as the First Step Towards Identification by Raman Spectroscopy. In Optical Spectroscopy and Computational Methods in Biology and Medicine (pp. 329-354). Springer Netherlands.

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