You should be able to answer these questions without too much difficulty after studying this TLP. If not, then you should go through it again!
Which type of scattering results in a longer wavelength than the incident light?
Which type of scattering is the strongest?
Which of these properties must change for a mode to be Raman active?
Sulphur hexafluoride (SF6) is centrosymmetric. Which of these statements is true?
Can these alternative techniques be used to give a stronger signal than normal Raman spectroscopy?
The following questions require some thought and reaching the answer may require you to think beyond the contents of this TLP.
What advantages does Raman spectroscopy have for process monitoring?
Calculate the wavenumber shift for the vibrational mode of Cl2, given that the force constant k for the bond is 3.23 N cm-1.