HYPHENATION OF RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY WITH MASS SPECTROSCOPY: A REVIEWAbstract
A spectroscopic method called Raman spectroscopy is frequently employed to discover the vibrational modes of molecules. Raman spectroscopy is frequently used in chemistry to give compounds a unique structural fingerprint. Using mass spectroscopy, one or more molecules present in a sample can have their mass to charge ratio (m/z) measured. It is frequently possible to estimate the precise molecular weight of the sample’s constituent parts using these measures. Raman spectroscopy and mass spectroscopy are complimentary analytical methods that are used to offer details on the chemical make-up and functional groups of the target analytes. Each device offers particular chemical data. When the raman spectroscopy is hyphenated with mass spectroscopy the interface used is a small piece of tissue paper. Biological Sample Analysis, New medication chemical analysis, to distinguish between positional isomers. The hyphenated approach makes it simple to get analytical findings such as molecular weights, chemical structures, and functional groups.
K. Bhavya Sri *, B. Hema and Mogili Sumakanth
Department of Pharmaceutical Analysis, RBVRR Women’s College of Pharmacy, Barkatpura, Hyderabad, India.
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