The Effect of Charge Traps on Raman Spectroscopy Using a Thomson-CSF Charge Coupled Device Detector
Abstract:Charge coupled device (CCD) detectors have seen increasing use in analytical spectroscopy in recent years. These detectors are optical array detectors based on silicon-metal oxide semiconductor technology. The basis of operation, the characteristics, and the modes of operation in a variety of analytical spectroscopies have recently been discussed in several excellent reviews by Denton and co-workers.
Document Type: Short Communication
Publication date: February 1, 1990
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