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Raman scattering techniques for defense and security applications

Raman scattering techniques for defense and security applications
Raman scattering techniques for defense and security applications
In this review we discuss the recent advances in the application of Raman scattering and related techniques to the detection of chemical and biological threat agents. One of the main aims of this review is to provide a new perspective on the application of advanced and emerging Raman techniques such as surface-enhanced Raman, spatially-offset Raman, waveguide-enhanced and coherent Raman spectroscopies, respectively, to the detection of threat agents such as explosives, toxins, viruses and bacteria. Combination with multivariate and computational analysis to augment the analytical abilities of Raman techniques as well as hyphenation and integration with various field deployment strategies such as robotic and stand-off detection are discussed. Importantly this interplay between the detection technique, analysis and engineering technology will be essential for developing powerful solutions for field applications in defence and security.
Raman scattering, BACTERIA, Raman spectroscopy, materials, Lasers
0003-2700
417–429
Lister, Adam Paul
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Sellors, William J.
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Howle, Chris R.
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Mahajan, Sumeet
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Lister, Adam Paul
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Sellors, William J.
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Howle, Chris R.
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Mahajan, Sumeet
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Lister, Adam Paul, Sellors, William J., Howle, Chris R. and Mahajan, Sumeet (2020) Raman scattering techniques for defense and security applications. Analytical Chemistry, 93 (1), 417–429. (doi:10.1021/acs.analchem.0c04606).

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Abstract

In this review we discuss the recent advances in the application of Raman scattering and related techniques to the detection of chemical and biological threat agents. One of the main aims of this review is to provide a new perspective on the application of advanced and emerging Raman techniques such as surface-enhanced Raman, spatially-offset Raman, waveguide-enhanced and coherent Raman spectroscopies, respectively, to the detection of threat agents such as explosives, toxins, viruses and bacteria. Combination with multivariate and computational analysis to augment the analytical abilities of Raman techniques as well as hyphenation and integration with various field deployment strategies such as robotic and stand-off detection are discussed. Importantly this interplay between the detection technique, analysis and engineering technology will be essential for developing powerful solutions for field applications in defence and security.

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Accepted/In Press date: 21 November 2020
e-pub ahead of print date: 22 December 2020
Keywords: Raman scattering, BACTERIA, Raman spectroscopy, materials, Lasers

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Local EPrints ID: 446761
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/446761
ISSN: 0003-2700
PURE UUID: 7796d1b7-191d-4a66-b0c4-87561a071491
ORCID for Sumeet Mahajan: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0001-8923-6666

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Date deposited: 22 Feb 2021 17:30
Last modified: 11 Mar 2021 02:41

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