"I propose this evening to speak to you on a new kind of radiation or light emission from atoms and molecules." With these prophetic words, Professor C. V. Raman of Calcutta University began his lecture to the South Indian Science Association in Bangalore on March 16, 1928. Raman proceeded to describe a discovery that resulted from a deceptively simple experiment. Conducted far from the great centers of scientific research in the Western world, the results would capture the attention of scientists around the world and bring many accolades, including the Nobel Prize, to their discoverer.
Society: ACSMain Category: ChemicalSub Category: Frontiers of KnowledgeEra: 1920-1929DateCreated: 1928Indian Association for the Cultivation of ScienceCalcutta, IndiaWebsite: https://www.acs.org/content/acs/en/education/whatischemistry/landmarks/ramaneffect.html, https://www.acs.org/content/dam/acsorg/education/whatischemistry/landmarks/ramaneffect/the-raman-effect-commemorative-booklet.pdfCreator: Raman, C.V.
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