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Raman spectroscopy is a vibrational spectroscopic approach for easily interpreting and structurally identifying tiny
quantities of compounds, solids, liquids, and gases based on their distinct vibrational properties. The purpose of this
study is to provide an overview of Raman spectrometers in the field of pharmaceutical analysis. How has the development
of the Raman spectrometer aided the pharmaceutical industry? Detection of a wide range of placebos, medications,
substances, and their structures. How do they feel about the characteristics following the r eaction?
This spectroscopic method is used for qualitative and quantitative analysis of trace amounts of counterfeit
drugs and other illegal substances on various matrices in a non-destructive manner without extensive sample
preparation. This paper also describes Raman spectroscopy, its types, and its major applications.
This study also includes a brief overview of Raman spectroscopy, including theoretical approaches, evolution,
and numerous techniques, which are utilized for various studies. The field of l ight collecting and suitable source
selection for the application is at the heart of the Raman spectrometer.
How may the source and its accompanying optics be beneficial for the application in question? The report also
proposes research to improve and develop the flexible low-cost Raman in the pharmaceutical industry, particularly for
illegal substance analysis. The Raman spectroscopy method is based on the inelastic scattering of light by materials.
Light scatters in two different ways: elastically and in elastically. Where the wavelengths of scattered light are the same
and different. By detecting that one can offer the structural information about the samples, the wavelength shift describes
the energy transfer from one incoming photon to the molecules of the sample.
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