RESONANCE RAMAN METHOD FOR THE RAPID DETECTION AND IDENTIFICATION OF ALGAE IN WATER.
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Resonance Raman spectra are reported for aqueous suspensions of nine clones of marine plankton algae representing three classes, five genera, and seven species. Spectra are obtained easily either directly from culture or from samples concentrated by sedimentation. Spectra obtained using rapid flow techniques match those taken using slurries in sealed tubes if low laser power is used. The sensitivity and rapidity of the technique suggest that it may be useful in remote sensing applications.
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Brahma, S. K., P. E. Hargraves, W. F. Howard, and W. H. Nelson. "RESONANCE RAMAN METHOD FOR THE RAPID DETECTION AND IDENTIFICATION OF ALGAE IN WATER.." Applied Spectroscopy 37, 1 (1983). doi: 10.1366/0003702834634190.