Measurement of DNA adducts using surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy.
Hanford symposium on health and the environment. Richland WA (USA), 1992/10/20.
Hazardous pollutants emitted from energy-related technologies, chemical industries, or waste materials are of increasing public concern because of their potential adverse health effects.
Many pollutants have chemical groups of toxicological importance that can be characterized and detected by Raman spectroscopy.
Raman spectroscopy, however, has not been widely used in trace organic detection, even though the information contained in a Raman spectrum is valuable for chemical identification.
One limitation of conventional Raman spectroscopy is its low sensitivity, which often necessitates the use of powerful and costly laser sources for sample excitation.
Mots-clés Pascal : Polluant, Environnement, Toxicité, Homme, Adduit moléculaire, DNA, Spectrométrie SERS, Méthode étude
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Pollutant, Environment, Toxicity, Human, Molecular adduct, DNA, Surface Enhanced Raman Spectrometry, Investigation method
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