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  1. Research bottlenecks in SERS

    As our understanding of the mechanism of the SERS effect is not complete, it is hard to optimize the SERS technology. Different morphologies of the nanoparticles on a surface can enhance different molecules and therefore standardization of a SERS substrate product can be difficult.
  2. The SERS effect

    The SERS effect is the term used to describe the phenomenon of the enhancement of the Raman signal.
  3. What is SERS?

    Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy (SERS) is a technique that is focused on the enhancement of Raman scattering intensity originating from molecules. Nanostructured layers are used as SERS substrates.
  4. Melamine and food safety

    Melamine is a chemical compound that is used in the production of laminates, glues, plastics and adhesives. To maintain food safety, it is of great importance to be able to detect the harmful concentrations using SERS.