Category: Raman Spectroscopy

Through Raman spectroscopy one is able to measure vibrational modes in a system, which provides a fingerprint of the (Raman-active) molecules in the sample. The technique relies on the inelastic scattering of monochromatic light when it interacts with the sample. The shifts in energy of the photons of the scattered light correspond to the modes in the system. Raman spectroscopy has shown to be particularly effective for the study of carbon electrodes and solid electrolyte interfaces.