Raman Spectroscopy has been playing a central role in our understanding of different systems at molecular levels since its discovery. We have fabricated two custom built micro-Raman setup in our lab. One of them has a laser excitation of 532nm (green) to probe interactions in inorganic compounds and crystalline like structures. Other setup uses red laser to study specifically bio-molecular interactions. Recently we have been working for setting up polarization based Raman spectrometer for detection of Raman Optical Activity in biomolecules specially proteins. We also have a high resolution LabRam HR Evolution Spectrometer with 4 different lasers(405,532,633 and 785nm), which can be used for SERS, Temperature and Pressure dependent studies and Magneto-Raman studies.
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