Raman Spectra of Organo-arsenic compounds

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-organo-arsenic compounds were synthesized and purified by the Maher group from the University of Canberra-experimental Raman spectra (785 nm laser source) were acquired directly from solid materials-surface enhanced Raman spectra were acquired for organoarsenic samples with very low concentration, KlariteTM were used as SERS substrate Other related publications: Gloria D., Hibbert B., Moran G., Surface enhanced Raman Spectroscopy: SERS imaging of modified gold electrode for arsenic speciation. In Asia-Pacific Conference on Chemistry Education and 24th Philippine Chemistry Congress. Bohol, Philippines, 2009.Gloria D., Hibbert B., Moran G., Electrochemical Techniques for Fabricating Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy Substrates. In The 16th Topics in Research and Development Meeting C.R., W. D. K. Y. a. M., Ed. Macquarie University, New South Wales, Australia: Macquarie University, New South Wales, Australia, 2008; ISBN 978-1-74138-313-3, p 27.Gloria D., Hibbert B., Moran G., Electrochemical Techniques for Fabricating Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy Substrates. In RACI Electrochemistry Symposium: New Materials and New Methods in Electrochemistry, University of New South Wales, New South Wales, Australia, 2008; p 48.
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For access to these data, please contact: Name of Researcher: Danmar Gloria UNSW Australia, NSW 2052 Email: dmgloria@unsw.edu.au
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Raman spectroscopy
Arsenic speciation
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Surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy: Substrate fabrication and applications to arsenic speciation