Rayleigh, Raman, luminescence, fluorescence and phosphorescence emissions from a sample provide an enormous range of information about the sample chemistry and construction. Most biological and organic materials absorb strongly in the deep UV, corresponding to their first electronic state, and emit fluorescence and phosphorescence at longer wavelengths. Luminescence, fluorescence and phosphorescence spectra are independent of excitation wavelength.
Therefore, deep UV spectrometers is capable of providing a wide range of applications that are similar to Raman, fluorescence & Rayleigh.
Deep UV Lasers