This paper reviews the capabilities of multichannel Raman microprobing instruments with emphasis on some major innovative progress recently proposed which looks promising for the development of new fields of application. This new progress includes: confocal Raman microanalysis that provides better spatial resolution and background rejection, confocal Raman mapping that revitalizes the field of Raman imaging pioneered by us 20 years ago, the coupling of molecular Raman microanalysis to elemental electron microprobe, and finally, Raman spectroscopy with near-infrared excitation which permits avoiding the fluorescence limitation of visible Raman spectroscopy.
Barbillat, J.; Delhaye, M.; and Da Silva, E.
"Recent Developments in Multichannel Raman Microprobing,"
Scanning Microscopy: Vol. 1993
, Article 14.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.usu.edu/microscopy/vol1993/iss7/14