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Raman's impact

Raman Spectroscopy can be used for more than just education and research. 

In 1972, Raman Spectroscopy was utilized by a group of spectroscopists in Brown Boveri Research Center to study water pollution. By observing the CH-stretching of certain vibrational bands, they were able to monitor and find the identity of a number monitor pollutants in sea water that are harmful to marine mammals.