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Inventors: Wang YJ, Liu JP, Yang RH, Liu ZQ
Patent Title: Method for improving detection sensitivity of laser-Raman spectrum through adopting molecularly imprinted material
Publication date: 2012
Publication number: CN102621124

Abstract: The invention belongs to the technical field of laser-Raman spectrum detection, and relates to a method for improving detection sensitivity of a laser-Raman spectrum through adopting molecularly imprinted material. A portable laser-Raman spectrometer is adopted for detection, and the method comprises specific steps as follows: placing a to-be-detected sample into a transparent glass bottle, placing the glass bottle in a sample cell of the laser-Raman spectrometer, and enabling the laser-Raman spectrometer and the molecularly imprinted material to act on the to-be-detected sample simultaneously, so as to carry out detection; setting the power and integral time of the laser-Raman spectrometer before detection; and setting the power as 10-100mW, and setting the integral time as 1-20s. The method disclosed by the invention can improve the detection sensitivity of the laser-Raman spectrum.
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