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Wiesheu, Alexandra Christina (2017)
Publisher: Technische Universität München
Languages: German
Types: Doctoral thesis
Subjects: Chemie
ddc: ddc:540
Im Rahmen der Arbeit wurde die Raman-Mikrospektroskopie für die Analyse unterschiedlicher Umweltproben angewandt und optimiert. Hierbei wurde die Stabilisotopen-Raman-Mikrospektroskopie weiterentwickelt und erstmals für organische Bodensubstanzen verwendet, um eine Analyse mit hoher räumlicher Auflösung zu erhalten. Des Weiteren wurde Mikroplastik aus unterschiedlichen Matrices wie Sedimenten, Organismen und Getränken abgetrennt und identifiziert. This work deals with the application and optimization of Raman microspectroscopy for the analyis of different environmental samples. For this purpose stable-isotope Raman microspectroscopy was improved and applied on soil organic matter in order to enable an analysis with a high spatial resolution. Moreover, microplastic was obtained and identified from different matrices like sediments, organisms and beverages.
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